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Watchdog Podcast: What can be learned from Trump’s victory?

By   /  May 27, 2016  /  Accountability, Commentary, Federal Government, Issues, National, Podcast, Politics & Elections, State Government, Watchdog Radio  /  No Comments

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Donald Trump has locked up a majority of the delegates. He will be the Republican presidential nominee in 2016.

Now what?

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Social Security whistleblower now faces firing

By   /  May 27, 2016  /  Federal Government, News, Power Abuse, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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“Frankly, this is the epitome of how they do business,” he said.

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Tomah VA supervisor accused of misconduct gets promoted

By   /  May 26, 2016  /  Accountability, Federal Government, Health Care, News, Power Abuse, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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“Congratulations Lisa. You have escaped accountability, got a transfer, and a promotion for your disservice to veterans and employees,” wrote Ryan Honl

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Social Security whistleblower questioned by investigators after going public

By   /  May 26, 2016  /  Federal Government, News, Power Abuse, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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“I’m scared to death to go into work tomorrow,” she said.

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Animal rights group: FDA’s e-cigarette regulations will kill critters

By   /  May 26, 2016  /  Federal Government, Issues, National, News, Regulations  /  No Comments

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The Food and Drug Administration’s new electronic cigarette regulations may condemn countless animals to death, and might hurt humans too.

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Congress sends signal to debt-ridden cities by shrugging off Puerto Rico debt guarantee

By   /  May 25, 2016  /  Budget and Spending, Economy, Federal Government, News  /  No Comments

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The first cracks have appeared on the dam that restrains a great lake of federal, state, and local debt from inundating the country.

Two conservatives tried to patch one of those cracks at a Congressional hearing Wednesday, but were overruled by colleagues who wanted to reduce the water level by a few buckets full.The first cracks have appeared on the dam that restrains a great lake of federal, state, and local debt from inundating the country. Two conservatives tried to patch one of those cracks at a Congressional hearing Wednesday, but were overruled by colleagues who wanted to reduce the water level by a few buckets full.

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