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REPORT: President Barack Obama Spends More Time Golfing Than In Intelligence Briefings

President Barack Obama has spent more time golfing than he has spent listening to daily intelligence briefings.  The Daily Caller has calculated that he’s spent almost 700 hours in 875 “Presidential Daily Briefings” since 2009. But he’s also spent roughly 800 hours on almost 200 golf trips since his first inauguration…. The daily briefing calculations […]

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State Department Responds to GAI Report on Fox and Friends

  GAI report showing President Obama has attended fewer than half of his Presidential Daily Briefings referenced in interview with State Department Spokesperson.

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GAI PDB Report Discussed On ‘Outnumbered’

Government Accountability Institute’s Report on the Presidential Daily Briefings  was referred to in discussion on the Fox News show ‘Outnumbered.’

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Rush Limbaugh Discusses GAI report

On Rush Limbaugh’s September 30th program, he addresses GAI’s report and the report findings that conclude President Obama attends less than half of his Presidential Daily Intelligence Briefings. Limbaugh concludes the findings are “not comforting.” To Read the Full Transcript, Click Here.

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Good News: Obama Skips the Majority of His Intelligence Briefings

According to a new report from the Government Accountability Institute, President Obama skips 60 percent of his intelligence briefings… This information comes shortly after Obama blamed the intelligence community for underestimating ISIS during an interview on 60 Minutes. That assertion prompted a visceral reaction from people inside the intelligence community, who have been warning the President about […]

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USA Today on STOCK Act: “Congress backpedals on ethics”

 “… The latest example is the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge (STOCK) Act, which explicitly bars lawmakers and staffers from spreading or trading on inside information. The law passed in 2012 only after CBS’ 60 Minutes aired a scathing report, based on a book by Peter Schweizer, exposing the way members of Congress profit from their […]

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CNN uses GAI research to expose secret Congressional dues lists

CNN exposes the role that party dues play in the political process with help from GAI President Peter Schweizer.    

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Huffington Post: “Next Time, Read the Bill!”

“… Last year fewer than 60 bills emerged from Congress. (Some people might find this number too high.) What else are members doing with their time? Stupid me: dumb question! They are too busy raising money for their next political campaign. Or, if you follow the bipartisan examples cited in Peter Schweizer’s excellent book, Extortion: […]

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GAI President Peter Schweizer Talks Herbalife with Bill Ackman

  Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer on concerns hedge fund manager Bill Ackman has a political lobby against Herbalife.    

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Rising status in Congress comes with big dues for Utah’s Chris Stewart

“Linking campaign activities to committee assignments is unseemly, says Peter Schweizer, president of the conservative Government Accountability Institute and the author of “Extortion: How Politicians Extract Your Money, Buy Votes, and Line Their Own Pockets.” “We want to believe that committee assignments are based on knowledge, expertise, and background,” writes Schweizer. “Raising money is what […]

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