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Death and corruption at the Veterans Administration

US military veteran Eugene Morgan, from West Memphis, Arkansas, speaks about his first visit to the World War II Memorial October 2, 2013 in Washington, DC. Veterans groups continue to visit the various war memorials even though they have been shuttered by the government shutdown.  AFP PHOTO / Karen BLEIER        (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

The Veteran Administration maintains a culture of corruption that allows managers to grievously violate rules and laws with little or no punishment.

Florida Veterans Affairs hospital threw out state inspectors

10:26 PM 04/07/2014

Two Florida health-care officials were escorted out and had their on-site review abruptly ended at a Florida Veterans Administration (VA) hospital last week.

Agency tasked with investigating discrimination accused of discrimination

12:03 AM 04/03/2014

The federal agency tasked with investigating allegations of discrimination in consumer financial transactions was accused of discriminatory treatment of its own employees in a House Financial Services Committee hearing on Wednesday.

Drugs, corruption go unpunished in Mississippi VA center

7:29 PM 03/19/2014

A number of top level managers at the G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery Veterans Administration Medical Center in Jackson, Miss. remain employed in their positions or in other positions within the Veterans Administration despite an Office of Special Counsel report from 2013 that implicated each in criminal wrongdoing, The Daily Caller has learned.

Lawsuit: Obama admin failing to address rampant sexual abuse in Forest Service

9:47 PM 02/28/2014

A group of female firefighters in California is preparing to sue the Obama administration for failing to curb -- and even covering up -- allegedly rampant sexual abuse and harassment within the U.S. Forest Service.

Subcontractor working on Obamacare site under investigation

10:33 PM 11/22/2013

One of the subcontractors working on the Obamacare website is being investigated in a probe by state and federal authorities that led earlier this year to the cancelation of one of the company's state contracts as well as the resignation of a state health secretary and former vice president at the company.

Kansas lawmaker pushes background checks for Obamacare navigators

9:22 PM 10/17/2013

A Kansas lawmaker is introducing legislation into the state legislature to require background checks for Obamacare "navigators" in the state.

Obamacare ‘navigator’ in Kansas has outstanding arrest warrant (UPDATED)

12:25 AM 10/14/2013

A woman with an outstanding warrant for her arrest is currently serving as an Obamacare "navigator" in Lawrence, Kansas.

Obama’s hometown government proposes dumping 400 part-timers from health plan

1:07 AM 10/08/2013

Part-time government employees working for Cook County, Illinois --- President Obama's home county --- may soon lose their employer-funded health insurance and instead have to move onto Obamacare's healthcare exchanges.

Former Pennsylvania psychologist says he reported child molestation, lost license

12:03 AM 07/30/2012

Jim Singer, formerly a psychologist working in Pennsylvania, said that he reported a case of child molestation in 1986 to Pennsylvania's Child Protective Services agency, and not only was his report ignored, but soon after, in retaliation, the Pennsylvania Psychology Board prosecuted Singer and eventually removed his license to practice psychology.

Chick-Fil-A not welcome in Chicago, either

10:09 AM 07/26/2012

Chick-Fil-A is no longer welcome in the Northwest Side ward of Chicago.

Obama’s election-year immigration move could create logistical nightmare

12:02 AM 06/21/2012

President Barack Obama's new de facto amnesty for young illegals will create a logistical nightmare when it is implemented, according to a chorus of legislators and policy analysts.

Rep. Gutierrez: I drafted amnesty language for White House [AUDIO]

12:48 AM 05/11/2012

In stark contrast to prior Obama administration statements, Illinois Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez told The Daily Caller that he and the National Council of La Raza were deeply involved in the crafting and implementation of a controversial Obama administration memo that many conservatives believe amounts to a policy of amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants.

Rubio met with Hispanic Democrats to pitch DREAM Act vision

11:43 PM 05/10/2012

Rising political superstar Marco Rubio courted three high profile Hispanic Democratic lawmakers last month in an attempt to gain support for his alternative DREAM Act proposal, legislation which his spokesman told The Daily Caller would include a path to permanent residency and citizenship for some illegal immigrants.

DNC chairwoman angers constituents by supporting new immigration jail

12:43 AM 04/22/2012

Congresswoman and Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz continues to publicly maintain her support for the controversial construction of a new immigration jail in her South Florida district, even as her liberal colleagues claim that such facilities contribute to family break-ups and the mistreatment of suspected illegal aliens.

Scott Walker predicts: ‘We’ll prevail’ in recall election, put name in history books

10:50 PM 04/20/2012

CHICAGO -- Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker predicted on Friday that not only will he win his recall election in June, but that his victory would encourage other politicians at the state and national level to show more political courage.

Chicago tea party Tax Day event becomes Wisc. pep rally, folk music concert [VIDEO]

1:53 AM 04/17/2012

Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch told a crowd of 500 tea party activists on Monday that under the leadership of Gov. Scott Walker, the Badger State has shifted from deficits to surpluses and from job losses to job gains.

Chaffetz: White House blocking access to ‘Fast and Furious’ witness who wants to testify

5:40 PM 04/06/2012

Utah Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz told the Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly on Friday that although a key White House witness in the ill-fated Operation Fast and Furious gun-walking program is willing to testify about what he knows, the Obama administration won’t let him appear before Congress.

Issa, Grassley hammer White House for stonewalling on ‘Fast and Furious’ witness

12:28 AM 04/06/2012

The Obama administration is stonewalling two lawmakers' requests to interview a former member of the National Security staff in connection with the failed Operation Fast and Furious gun-walking program, according to a March 28 letter obtained by The Daily Caller.