The Government Accountability Institute examined President Obama’s schedule from the day he took office until mid-June 2012, to see how often he attended his Presidential Daily Brief (PDB) — the meeting at which he is briefed on the most critical intelligence threats to the country. During his first 1,225 days in office, Obama attended his PDB just […]
The Daily Caller ran a headline article covering the new report from the Government Accountability Institute on cronyism at the Department of Justice. The article was featured on the Drudge Report. Read the Daily Caller article here.
The Justice Department’s decision not to prosecute Goldman Sachs in a financial-fraud probe is another sign of the cronyism that has kept Attorney General Eric Holder from taking action against other big Wall Street firms, says Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer. Read the full article at the Daily Beast.
The pressure on Romney to release his tax returns continues to mount. But he is also failing to disclose all of his bundlers. Peter Schweizer on what the public is missing. Read the rest at Daily Beast.
In a Washington Times feature article today, Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer reveals several heretofore unreported conflicts of interest between the Department of Justice, MF Global, and Jon Corzine. Read it here.
Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer sat down with Sean Hannity to discuss cronyism in national defense. To view the full interview, click here
For everyone who marvels at the amount of time President Obama spends playing golf, here are a few numbers from the Government Accountability Institute, which has analyzed how much time Mr. Obama actually spent in economic meetings of any kind during his first 1,257 days in office…Read the rest at the Washington Times.
FOX Business host Lou Dobbs discussed the findings of the recent report by the Government Accountability Institute, “Presidential Economic Meetings: A Time-Based Analysis.” To view the entire video, click here.
You can’t measure how much time a president spends “thinking” about the economy. But how much time has Obama spent working on rebuilding America’s crumbling economy? Researchers at the Government Accountability Institute looked into this for a new report into Obama’s official public schedule from his Inauguration until June 30, 2012. Read the rest at […]
With the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and AFL-CIO spending tens of millions on political activism, including the recall election of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, union members might do well to see where the money is coming from. Peter Schweizer reveals the eye-opening research the Government Accountability Institute uncovered…