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Press Coverage of DOJ Lacks in Analysis and Objectivity

by Matthew L. Schafer On Thursday and Friday of this week, Attorney General Eric Holder met with various news organizations after revelations surfaced about the DOJ’s aggressive investigations of national security leaks.  During the investigations, the DOJ in one instance … Continue reading

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Broken Promises: A Lack of Executive Branch Transparency in Obama’s First Term

by Matthew L. Schafer President Obama’s Administration has prosecuted more government whistleblowers than all other presidents combined and has subpoenaed nearly as many journalists as President Bush did during his first term.  Some also suggest that agencies under Obama have released … Continue reading

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Journalists Left on Sidelines as Stewart Questions Obama

by Matthew L. Schafer Last night, Jon Stewart and President Barack Obama gently sparred over what Stewart hinted was a lack of progress.  The Daily Show visit comes just three days before Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s “Rally to Restore Sanity … Continue reading

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