“Most transparent administration, they thought they were getting clever…” - Sean Hannity “They’re cutting all these side deals... at the same time that they’re telling the public that, by the way, this is the most transparent bill process you’ve ever seen…” – Rick Klein “That’s called deceitful. If you say you’re going to do it one way and you do it another and you try to cover it up…” – Greta Van Susteren
Watch Bret Baier’s coverage of the committee’s report HERE Obama admin. knew was cheaper to cut off Solyndra-Republicans Reuters
WH Chief of Staff Daley Briefed on Solyndra Concerns, Email Says ABC News August 3, 2012
Emanuel changes tack on Solyndra questions 5:22 PM CDT, August 3, 2012 By John Byrne Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Friday refused to comment on a newly released e-mail which again suggests he was involved in the White House decision to promote a $535 million federal loan to Solyndra LLC, a California solar energy equipment company that subsequently went bankrupt.
WASHINGTON, DC – The Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and Power, chaired by Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-KY), today discussed the disparities in energy production on federal vs. non-federal lands, and looked specifically at the adverse impacts President Obama’s policies are having on domestic energy development and job creation. President Obama often touts that overall energy production has increased under his administration, yet data reveal this increase is largely a result of production on state and private lands where the federal government plays little or no role.
Say What?? Lowering the bar on “Merit Based” Decisions …Despite Squandering Half a Billion Dollars, Unapologetic White House Continues to Defend Solyndra Investment as a “Merit Based Decision”August 2, 2012 | Press Release
This morning the House Energy and Commerce Committee released its findings in an exhaustive, 18-month investigation into the Obama administration’s failed $535 million investment in the now-bankrupt California solar panel maker Solyndra. Although the facts reveal Solyndra was a bad bet that never should have received taxpayer dollars in the first place, the White House remains defiantly unapologetic.