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Among the news headlining the Drudge Report page this afternoon…

is this… take a closer look:


Congress isn’t getting a glimpse of what’s on President Barack Obama’s Blackberry – or any more internal White House communications related to the bankrupt solar company Solyndra, which received a $535 million loan guarantee from the federal government.


Brian Harrison, the CEO of Solyndra, resigned Wednesday amidst the scandal.

And this…

The Obama administration is appealing a judge’s ruling that Secret Service records of visitors to the White House complex are subject to disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act.

The Justice Department filed a formal notice of appeal Friday afternoon regarding U.S. District Court Judge Beryl Howell’s August ruling rejecting arguments that the so-called WAVES records belong to the White House even though they are maintained and used by the Secret Service.

So much for the repeated pledges by Obama to operate the most transparent administration in history…