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The Epoch Times: Chinese Chickens Now on US Dinner Tables

October 24, 2017

China has sold rat meat billed as lamb, gutter oil billed as cooking oil and baby formula contaminated with melamine. In the U.S. its pet food killed many dogs and cats in 2007. But this spring the U.S. agreed to import cooked chickens from China. Why? Because China agreed to accept U.S. beef imports after a 13-year “mad cow” scare in which many countries refused U.S. beef.

Star Tribune: Trump White House confounds, confuses transparency advocates

October 23, 2017

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On the campaign trail, Donald Trump’s vows to “drain the swamp” and attacks on Hillary Clinton’s use of personal e-mail gave hope to those who believed he would embrace openness and outside scrutiny.

After becoming president, however, Trump has slammed shut access to White House visitor logs, scrubbed data from federal websites, zealously pursued government leakers and even toyed with ending regular news briefings.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln: Whistleblower Panel Featured at State Farm Ethics Lecture

September 26, 2017

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The University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Business renewed its tradition of championing business ethics with the annual State Farm Ethics Lecture held September 20 at the Lied Center for Performing Arts. The event featured a whistleblower panel moderated by Dana Gold of the Government Accountability Project (GAP). She credited Nebraska with being a leading player in the arena of business ethics in higher education.

Government Executive: Agencies Begin White House-Mandated Training for Every Fed on Consequences of Leaks

September 25, 2017

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Federal employees all across government are learning a lesson this week in the form of new training: do not leak.

Fox News: Former UN Ambassador John Bolton dismisses US reform effort as "just the usual rhetoric"

September 15, 2017

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Former American ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton says a U.S. -sponsored draft declaration on U.N. reform being chaired next week by President Trump “is just the usual rhetoric.”

Trump will be in New York next week for his first U.N. General Assembly, where his first act of business will be to chair the U.S.-sponsored event on U.N reform.

Bloomberg Law: Lawyer Admonished for Helping Client Leak GE Docs to Media

September 06, 2017

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A prominent attorney to whistle-blowers was admonished by a Washington disciplinary panel for helping a fired General Electric in-house attorney leak damaging information about GE to law enforcement officials and journalists.

WNYC: A Fragile Patchwork of Press Protections

August 11, 2017

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After a week of fury and fire, On the Media takes a chill pill. We look at chilling warnings and opaque impediments, from reporters working with whistleblowers or trying to cover immigration courts, to media organizations reckoning with their future in the post-Gawker era. 


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