The House Oversight and Accountability Committee issued a 36-page memo that made public a sampling of the thousands of pages of bank records regarding the Biden family and foreign entities.
The $1.1 million Super PAC campaign contribution from an FTX executive that helped Becca Balint win the 2022 Democratic primary appears to be mentioned in a new federal indictment against crypto currency firm FTX owner Samuel Bankman-Fried.
What was striking about the press conference, apart from the remarkably ambitious timetable, was the fact that most of the advocates of this bill would benefit financially from the policy should it become law.
It is disconcerting to see how the Vermont Legislature and the Vermont governor are now betraying us once again, as they casually dismiss Vermont law and citizen involvement in their own local governments.
American citizens need and deserve three things from government: integrity, transparency and accountability. Without these key elements as a foundation, all policies, services and supports inevitably become inefficient and ineffective.
Not only should we have faith and trust in our national motto, but also we should not allow a tiny minority to distract us from knowing that trust has been and continues to be the foundation of our existence.
One of my favorite organizations is Institute for Justice, that defends citizens whose property rights are trampled by governments. One recent case is that of Vicki Baker, who lives in a suburb of Dallas.
If the Vermont Legislature is to represent the people of Vermont fully, one should not have to be retired, living off a trust fund, be independently wealthy, or be self-employed to serve.
Emails from a laptop owned by Hunter Biden reportedly reveal that Joe Biden wrote a college recommendation letter for the son of one of Hunter Biden’s business partners.
Government transparency, through open meetings and public records access, ensures ‘we the people’ have the tools necessary to verify our government officials are acting in our best interests, and to hold them accountable if we believe they are not.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a 10,000-page cache of documents pertaining to the Emergency Use Authorization of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine. An initial review shows the documents contain details about animal studies, adverse events experienced by trial participants, and more.
Focusing of the federal government’s response to the pandemic, the Government Accountability Office, the congressional watchdog, is providing Congress and the public a panoramic view of the problems.