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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Arne Duncan Thrown Under the Bus by a Department of Education Employee

Wikileaks might want to take a look at this internal document leaked by a Department of Education employee. Perhaps the Department of Education will launch an investigation on who threw Arne Duncan under the bus:


Not only should a sitting secretary NOT attend a partisan rally such as Al Sharpton's, he should also not be strong arming employees to attend such an event. I would think Wikileaks would jump all over this story as it "publishes and comments on leaked documents alleging government and corporate misconduct". Hillbuzz aptly named these actions as "more propaganda on our dime". Certainly smacks of misconduct to me.

A big hat tip to the anonymous Department of Education employee who leaked the memo to the Washington Examiner.

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