NYT’s: One morning last week, Argentines woke up to a political earthquake: A judge had charged a former president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, with “treason against the homeland,” punishable by up to 25 years in prison. Her crime? Nothing less than covering up Iran’s role in one of the deadliest terrorist attacks in the Americas before Sept. 11.
There was a time during World War II that the United States crafted, owned and delivered an effective message and media campaign against Nazism and communism. All Federal government agencies including the military did a remarkable job and saw a successful campaign. Today not so much.
The Russians have been aggressively moving in on that region for the last several years such that under the Obama administration, the United States was in no position to respond.
We almost got ‘all’ the documents declassified and released on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Even so, many of the pages had redactions. The true reason as to why remains fleeting.
So, what other files of historical federal or political scandals should be released?
How about the ATF gunwalking scandal?
The IRS targeting scandal maybe?
The Obama/Blagojevich pay to play case?
What about all the details behind who invaded Sharyl Attkisson’s computer?
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