Hillary Clinton will return to Capitol Hill Thursday to give her testimony before the House Select Committee on Benghazi.
She’s expected to face questions about events surrounding the Sept. 11, 2012 attacks in Benghazi — where Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans were killed — as well as her private e-mail setup.
Most politicians are capable of stretching the truth on occasion. But this question, this setting, and this egregious a lie suggest that Mrs. Clinton’s conscience — if she ever had one — is growing flaccid from disuse.
What people are missing on this issue is that use of modern technology could have solved this within weeks. In Chapter 17 of 20/20: A Clear Vision for America, I thoroughly discuss the endemic issue with the government and its inability to keep up with modern trends in technology standards.
Hillary Clinton should have been issued a state-of-the-art government laptop that was connected through state-of-the-art government email servers and regulated as the only means she had to access the internet for work purposes. If this had been the case, every email she had on Benghazi and every other issue would have been accessed immediately, without her intervention. The Government and its employees need to get on board with a universal, state-of-the-art computer hardware and software standard or we’re going to be seeing these issues more and more.
Finally, an author who brings you solutions, instead of problems.
Americans have lost faith in their overreaching federal government. “We the People” don’t need to be overregulated or have their taxes misspent. Americans are victims of a crumbling economy, high prices and stagnant wages. They view government as bloated and politicians as corrupt. They do not trust the leadership at any level. They see politicians of both parties as self-centered narcissists whose only objective is re-election. The author is like you, with one principal difference and 20 reasons for optimism. His “Vision” of America is “clear.” It is a vision of the Constitution and America the way it could be, the way it should be. The author’s eyesight is twenty-twenty.