Benghazi Middleman Tied To Unaoil Bribery Scandal, Source Told FBI

This article highlights what investigative journalism does, dig into the story and follow the evidence where it takes you, not simply parrot convenient talking points. I know that in construction, you throw out the highest and lowest bids and choose between the middle candidates after you do your due diligence; the 1990’s law obligating government agencies to pick the lowest bid is a potentially dangerous one. I would scrap that one off the books, sometimes decisions made only for the sake of saving money wind up costing so much more. Moreover this piece of investigative journalism also provides us with another example of the dangers of forcible regime change without a long term plan, nothing is easy when it comes to trying to dictate another nation’s political, economic and social dynamic. We have much to learn.

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