Benghazi Accountability Coalition

Slow Start for the Benghazi Select Committee

By ANDREW C. McCARTHY | PJ MEDIA | SEPTEMBER 17, 2014 | Most prosecutors would be all over emergent evidence that culpable actors had obstructed justice. Yet the House Select Committee investigating the Benghazi Massacre under the direction of South Carolina […]

Benghazi Panel to Probe Diplomat’s Account of Document Sift

By JOSH SIEGEL | THE DAILY SIGNAL | SEPTEMBER 16, 2014 | The House special committee investigating the Benghazi terrorist attacks, convening its first public hearing tomorrow, will examine the State Department’s progress in implementing a review board’s security recommendations. […]

Countdown To Benghazi

Please help promote our “Countdown to Benghazi” campaign on Facebook and Twitter to remind Americans and members of the House Select Committee on Benghazi that — two years later — there are still many unanswered questions about what happened before, during, and […]

Saba Ahmed Unveiled

BY DEBORAH WEISS | FRONTPAGEMAG.COM During a recent Heritage Foundation event on Benghazi’s unanswered questions, Brigitte Gabriel, President of Act! for America, proclaimed that the peaceful majority have been irrelevant to history’s outcome when tyrannists have had the power and […]

Mr. Milbank’s Muddled Misfire

By Roger Aronoff When conservatives taunt Muslims in the room, they apparently thank them for their questions, and say, “Well, I’m glad to see you’re representing Muslims in this company.” This is then translated by the press into the “ugly […]

Friends Don’t Let Friends Read Dana Milbank

By: Mollie Hemingway Dana Milbank is a columnist for the Washington Post who serially exaggerates or distorts what he writes about. It’s just what he does. This has been established so many times by so many people that it’s disappointing to see […]

Dana Milbank’s Heritage disaster

by Dylan Byers Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank set off a flurry of outraged tweets on Monday night after posting a highly critical recap of a panel event at The Heritage Foundation that, he says, “deteriorated into the ugly taunting […]