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Show 253 - Probing the President


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Wed, 15 May 2013   -   47:18 minutes   -   34.74mb


Dan analyzes the three main scandals currently plaguing the Obama Administration. He breaks them down individually while trying to put them in a historical context.


Notes:
1."Top IRS official didn't reveal tea party targeting" by Stephen Ohlemacher, Associated Press, May 14, 2013.
2."Gov't obtains wide AP phone records in probe" by Mark Sherman for The Associated Press, May 13, 2013.
3."White House tiptoes around Justice phone record seizure" by Aamer Madhani and Kevin Johnson for the Associated Press, May 14, 2013.


Keywords: Obama, politics, podcast, history, Democratic, Republican, partisan, investigations, scandals, Associated Press, I.R.S., Benghazi, probe, President, Administration, phone, record, targeting, Tea Party, conservative, liberal, tax, Libya




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