Tag Archives: State Department

McGuinness to brief US administration on political crisis

Sinn Féin MLA Martin McGuinness will travel to the US tomorrow to seek support for a resolution to the crisis threatening the political institutions in the North. Speaking ahead of meetings with the Friends of Ireland caucus on Capitol Hill, the State … Continue reading

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Reporters Demand Evidence from State Department for Its Anti-Russian Claims

Marie Harf, the State Department’s deputy spokeswoman, is not getting as much respect from the press corps as she might think she deserves, especially over the past two days (July 24 and 25) when she asserted that Russia is shooting … Continue reading

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House Oversight Committee Subpoenas Secretary of State John Kerry to Testify on May 21

The very same day that House Speaker John Boehner announced that the House would form a Select Committee to investigate Benghazi, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-California), chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent a letter to Secretary of … Continue reading

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State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki Zapped at State Department Event Promoting “Freedom of the Press”

The U.S. State Department held its third annual Free the Press campaign this past week to highlight “censorship and oppression” of journalists around the world. However, Matthew Lee of the Associated Press decided to nail one of the speakers, State … Continue reading

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New York Times Backtracks on Photographs “Proving” Russian Involvement in Southeast Ukraine

The New York Times has backtracked on the photographic “evidence” of Russian troops in Ukraine produced by Ukrainian authorities and endorsed by the State Department. One of the photographs purporting to show an armed group of Russians in Russia before … Continue reading

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Kerry’s Egypt Visit Spotlights Split with White House

In an article posted on The Daily Beast on Nov. 18, senior correspondent Josh Rogin highlighted a growing split within the Obama Administration between the State Department and the Pentagon on the one side and Susan Rice at the National … Continue reading

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General Dempsey Adamantly Rejected Secretary of State Kerry’s Call to Bomb Syria

  19 June (LPAC) According to a report in Bloomberg, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, last week at the White House situation room, called for immediate U.S. airstrikes against airfields in Syria, particularly those that allegedly were used to … Continue reading

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PRESS RELEASE: End Obama’s Alliance With the Assassins of Benghazi, Don’t Let the Administration Continue the Coverup

21 Jan.2013 (LPAC) On the eve of hearings in both the House and Senate this coming week, in which Hillary Clinton will finally appear to testify on the circumstances surrounding the events of September 11, 2012 in Benghazi, Libya, the … Continue reading

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Oct. 24, 2012 (LPAC)–Three emails released today reveal that within approximately two hours after the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi on September 11, the White House Situation Room was notified by the U.S. embassy in Tripoli, as communicated … Continue reading

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Responsibility for Libya Fiasco is Obama’s, Says Washington Post Blogger

 (LPAC, 17 Oct, 2012) Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have publicly taken “responsibility” for the fiasco in Libya that resulted in the death of the U.S. Ambassador and three others, there, but even the Washington Post isn’t convinced that … Continue reading

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