If one needs further proof of the ineptness of government agencies, one need look no further than the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which reportedly lost millions of dollars worth of property in 2007. The CDC, while it does not dispute the claim, asserts that it has since located 99 percent of the lost property.
American proponents of government secrecy are calling for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be assassinated or imprisoned, even if it means creating a new law to do it. And that is exactly what anti-WikiLeaks activists in the federal government are working on right now.
"It's a big problem, and from the number of cases, it's something we shouldn't ignore." So spoke Drug Enforcement Administration official Lawrence Payne about steroid use increase among police officers. "It's not that we set out to target cops,” he continued, “but when we're in the middle of an active investigation into steroids, there have been quite a few cases that have led back to police officers."
Left-wing blogs are fretting over the potential impact of the incoming new majority Republican House of Representatives upon federal regulations, especially possible Republican use of the “Congressional Review Act.” The law may allow Republicans to limit executive branch regulatory power without going through the ordinary legislative process.