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New York Post: Transparency is a joke to Biden White House

New York Post, January 17, 2023 Transparency is clearly a joke to the Biden White House By James Bovard There is nothing to see behind the curtain — or anywhere across the Delaware state line. The Secret Service announced Monday that it had no logs of visitors to Biden’s White House East — his mansion […]

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New York Post: Behind Biden classified-docs fiasco is the feds’ obscene abuse of ‘secrecy’

New York Post, January 11, 2023 Behind Biden classified-docs fiasco is the feds’ obscene abuse of ‘secrecy’ By James Bovard The discovery of Obama-era classified papers in multiple locations former Vice President Joe Biden used is the White House’s latest fiasco. “How could that possibly happen? How could anyone be that irresponsible?” Biden declared. Except […]

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Pandemic Potshots and Other Epigrams

Brownstone Institute, January 10, 2022 Pandemic Potshots and Other Epigrams By James Bovard Outrageous government policies are often shrouded by fogbanks of bureaucratese and political deceit. But a snappy sentence can sometimes puncture the veil and spur the ridicule that policy-makers richly deserve. Following is a round-up of verbal harpoons I flung at Leviathan last […]

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My Most Damnable Epigrams of 2022

Libertarian Institute, January 5, 2023 Jim Bovard’s Best Digs of 2022 by Jim Bovard | This past year served up endless opportunities for hounding and pounding politicians and federal agencies. Here’s a round-up of the most liked or most hated lines from my 2022 articles. Hearty thanks to Hunter DeRensis and editors at other outlets […]

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Julian Assange and Our Impunity Democracy

Mises Institute, October 7, 2022 Julian Assange and Our Impunity Democracy by James Bovard On Saturday, protests supporting Julian Assange will occur around the world. In London, Assange supporters will link arms around the parliament building. Protests will also occur outside the Justice Department headquarters in Washington (I’ll be one of the speakers), D.C., and […]

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