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A new -- -- transparency.
One of the many promises Obama made to the American people in his first day in office for years ago.
Police say -- simply as I can't.
And the rule of law will be the touch -- of this presents this is the most transparent administration in the history of our country.
-- touched down.
But a new report shows -- president once again -- on this promise joining me now Chris -- senior fellow for the competitive enterprise institute and author of the book.
The -- war on transparency confessions of a freedom of information -- -- Chris welcome back to the show it's always good to -- -- So let's tell people -- what's at stake here where we talk about.
Being transparent what is -- you're wanting to see that you can't get acts.
OKMR well many -- -- fighting.
That they've established false identity is for federal record keeping purposes to keep certain.
Correspondents apparently correspondence they particularly it might think people should see wouldn't reflect well on them.
We found them -- moving government over and wail to conduct the deals -- the drug companies and so -- to strike the obamacare deals Gmail me dot com private computers private servers.
Even document destruction.
Boy is motive neutral I don't need a reason but you remember President Reagan said I'm paying for this microphone -- -- this government so.
I don't need a reason these are our records unless they -- They're not.
Well let's and they can't attract -- here on transparency.
Boy a lot since this is a lawsuit where you say I want this information as a citizen of the US -- you're supposed to get.
-- -- jumped 28%.
82% of government agencies have not updated -- regulations despite the fact that the attorney general's told them to do that.
And here's one the blows me away and got to tell me about this Chris.
Nineteen out of twenty cabinet level agencies have broken the law requiring the disclosure of public information.
Tell me about that what happen.
Whether just not edited transparency.
I congratulate them for elevating it but -- they don't get the joke when it's no longer about the -- the guy they rush statement provided saving -- -- cabinet level agency easier bullish this isn't doesn't you know somebody in a post office somewhere in the middle of the country.
You know shredding documents that this is.
In Washington DC we're talking about documents that presumably we're paying probably information and it that are being destroyed or removed.
Well not presumably we are us our children are but the fact is that they're not that into remember it should not come to filing a lawsuit.
But it increasingly does because.
They're inventing ways to not produce records when they are produced in many ways not to turn them over and when they are produced -- midwest actually destroy them I mean false identities document destruction.
I've got affidavits from government officials acknowledging what's on its face criminal activity they really aren't that into it again I congratulate them for elevating -- with these.
Ostentatious clay ostentatious claims of being the most -- -- ever are.
Are -- promiscuous violations and abuses I wanna know where is this most likely to happen and -- agencies.
It's a neck and neck race to the bottom with these people but it extends to the white house with the -- well for the Obama -- deals I guess the worst is state looks by the numbers to be worse I found the most egregious.
Violations that EPA but they seem to have the most that they want to -- act on treasury pulling some bizarre stunts to keep document on the carbon tax.
Charge you're trying to charge people -- thousands of dollars to photocopy.
Thousands of emails discussing carbon tax I looked it up east and electronic.
I think -- a -- couldn't say I don't photocopy emails I -- they're creating these absurd excuse it won't be the only Democrats what was the EPA dealing.
They're using Gmail at the regional and mr.
level and meet dot com they have created a fall I -- employee to install this person this man's Lotus Notes account and three.
Computers up the female administrator Lisa Jackson in this dummy employees name is Richard Windsor there is no Richard Windsor working EPA -- -- and what are you ready for record keeping -- Richard Windsor is Lisa Jackson's alias for purpose of conducting certain sensitive content conversation she doesn't want us to see.
Chris that's amazing.
Thanks for coming on tonight now you know what's important about transparency I think -- explained -- very well appreciate your time thanks for coming on the show thank you.