Remember that “independent” investigation Hillary Clinton’s State Department was going to launch to look into what happened in Benghazi? Well, it turns out it wasn’t so “independent”. Bob Beauprez joined the program to discuss the ongoing scandal surrounding the events in Benghazi.
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Bob Beauprez joined the show to discuss the ongoing scandal over Benghazi:
Ransom weighs in on the Fed’s announcement to continue QE:
Markets today are focused on the Fed. . . But over the course of the next few weeks they will be increasingly focused on the possibility of a government shutdown. And to that point, here’s John Boehner showing us his idea of tough negotiations. (CNBC)
Housing starts rose almost a full percentage point. . . Mike McKee with Bloomberg reports on why news – which some people think is disappointing – is actually good. . . Even if it’s bad. (Bloomberg)
Now that Summers is out of the race for Fed Chariman, all eyes are on Yellen. . . The market seems to like it (for the time being), but not everyone is happy. David Stockman had some pretty harsh criticism for Janet on Bloomberg News. (Bloomberg)
Thanks QE! (Bloomberg)
Remember that whole “IRS targeting conservatives” scandal. . . Yeah, it gets worse. (USA Today)
Wait!. . . You mean, Obama might have had something to do with the IRS targeting his political rivals?! (WashingtonTimes)
The full program, from start to finish, for your educational benefit:
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