Failures in Washington, D.C., did not shut down operations here. Instead, it was a busy and productive week at BobMcCarty.com!
On Sunday, I shared video of the meeting Gov. Rick Perry (R-Texas) had with reporters following his noon-hour speech to attendees at CPAC Saint Louis 2013. Among other things, he talked about Texas’ Voter ID law, jobs and the government shutdown.
On Tuesday, I shared news about a federal judge’s 44-page ruling that requires Attorney General Eric Holder to produce “Fast and Furious” documents. In addition, I highlighted House Democrat Leader Nancy Pelosi‘s apathy toward those who serve in the U.S. military.
On Wednesday, I invited casualties of the “War on Men in the Military” to take exams via which they can proclaim their innocence. In addition, I had the opportunity to talk politics and about THE CLAPPER MEMO during talk radio appearances with Dana Loesch, the conservative firebrand host of FM NewsTalk 97.1‘s The Dana Show and Lisa Payne-Naeger, host of Missouri Grassroots Radio.
On Thursday, I highlighted a technology that deserved to die 10 years ago but is still being relied upon by the Department of Defense.
On Friday, I shared news about my inquiry into claims that the U.S. Government wasted $47 million building a camp that didn’t meet the security requirements of U.S. Army Special Forces and, today, sits unused in Afghanistan.
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