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WASHINGTON — South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy — a former prosecutor who led the Select Committee on Benghazi’s investigation into what happened during the 2012 terrorist attack — will take the helm of the powerful House Oversight and Government Committee after Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, leaves office later this month.
Federal civil service, including intergovernmental personnel; and the status of officers and employees of the United States, including their compensation, classification, and retirement;
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Federal paperwork reduction;
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Holidays and celebrations;
Overall economy, efficiency, and management of government operations and activities, including federal procurement;
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Relationship of the federal government to the states and municipalities generally; and
Reorganizations in the executive branch of the government.
originally posted by: Maluhia
a reply to: DAVID64
I completely agree. Gowdy asks the right questions and plays the bad cop well, but in the end....nothing. Benghazi.
This stuff reaches too high up.
originally posted by: DAVID64
I like Gowdy, I really do. He's a no nonsense type of guy and having him lead an investigation means the facts will come out, but..........How many have gone to jail or even lost their job or pensions over any of these investigations?
And there will be none, unless someone commits a crime right in front of the cameras,or does something so bad it can't be dismissed by months of hearings. Our "justice" system is a sad joke and only the little people go to jail.