The Fast & Furious cover-up starting to be uncovered

Doctors are granted confidentiality in discussing their medical patients’ problems, but the Obama administration is asserting that spin-doctors also enjoy a similar immunity from mandatory disclosure of their clients’ problems. That assertion is at the heart of a ferocious battle over the breathtaking claim of executive privilege made by the Obama administration over documents related to the Fast & Furious scandal that were subpoenaed by a House committee, and sued for by Judicial Watch under the Freedom of Information Act. The legal battle over whether the discussions over how to handle Congress and the public’s desire to know why the Obama administration issued and then withdrew a February 4, 2011 letter from Attorney General Eric Holder that made false assertions to Congress about when he first knew of the program is sure to occupy the courts, probably beyond the time President Obama leaves office. Last week, a federal court compelled the administration...(Read Full Post)