Thomas J. Gonder

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Allen West: Obama administration's response to jailed Marine's plight 'very embarrassing'

Former Florida congressman Allen West told Fox News’ Andrea Tantaros Friday the Obama administration's reaction to the plight of the Marine jailed in Mexico on gun charges is “very embarrassing."<p>Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, who grew up in Southern Florida, was arrested March 31 after he says …

A Year On, What's Changed (And What Hasn't) On Drone Oversight

A year ago, President Obama defended using drones to target terrorism suspects overseas and offered a rationale for reining in the program. Where do things stand on efforts to impose constraints?<p>Transcript<p>ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:<p>The ability to monitor remotely is one hallmark of the post 9/11 world. …

Limbaugh Says You May Be Missing the Point on White House’s Alleged Response as ‘Terrorists Were Unleashing Hell’ in Benghazi

Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, on Friday, reacted to newly-released information that suggests one of the first things the Obama administration did after hearing about the deadly Benghazi terror attack is call YouTube about an anti-Muslim video.<p>Limbaugh expressed his frustration at the …

'Dark money'-funded liberal group lectures reporters on conservative 'dark money'

The liberal Center for Media and Democracy, which has received at least $680,000 in so-called “dark money,” helped reporters identify conservative dark money donors at a journalism workshop Thursday at the University of Wisconsin.<p>Nick Surgey, research director for the progressive Madison-based …

Government gag orders violate free speech, tech giants contend

Yahoo, Google, Microsoft, Facebook want clearance to disclose what type of national security info requests they get.<p>A group of prominent tech companies argues that US government gag orders that prohibit them from disclosing what type of national security information requests they receive are a …

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