Gazprom, Russia’s national oil company and one of Ketchum’s major clients, escaped President Obama’s “unserious sanctions” (in the world of the Wall Street Journal) that he put into place yesterday as part of his “consequences” threat triggered by Vladimir Putin’s land grab of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula.
Frank Donatelli, who succeeded Michael Steele as chairman of GOPAC when Michael Steele left in 2009 to head the Republican National Committee, is leaving his McGuireWoods executive VP & director of federal affairs slot for Plan Sponsor Council of America at the end of the month.
There is nothing wrong with the National Security Agency stealing or subverting encrypted material or stockpiling the data of American citizens, according to Vice Admiral Michael Rogers, who is Obama’s choice to lead the spy agency. Big Brother knows best.
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