Don’t Miss Hannity’s Special ‘Boomtown’ with Peter Schweizer, Stephen K. Bannon

 

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Fox News announced a one-hour special titled ‘Boomtown: Washington, the Imperial City’ set to air on Friday, January 25th at 9 PM EST. Breitbart News reported:

“Boomtown: Washington, The Imperial City” reveals how Washington’s power elite leverage their crony connections to vacuum taxpayer wallets, bankrolling their lifestyles of luxury and opulence—all under the guise of what’s best for America.

“Boomtown” promises to be a hard-hitting exposé of an area we believe needs to be fully explored—the cronyism rampant in Washington.

The special features five filmed segments written and directed by Bannon with Schweizer as co-writer and on-camera narrator.  Host Sean Hannity guides the audience through the shocking material presented. The film segments were produced in conjunction with the Sean Hannity Show production team.

“Boomtown” accomplishes what the mainstream media has avoided: an eye-opening investigation into the tools and tactics Washington cronies—lobbyists, bureaucrats, and small town legislators—use to extract taxpayer wealth to fatten their wallets. If you have ever wondered how DC, a city that produces nothing, has become one of the wealthiest cities in the world, “Boomtown: Washington, The Imperial City” will show you how.

You can read the full Breitbart piece here.

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Stacy Drake is the editor and publisher of: http://mightyserf.blogspot.com/ and is a conservative political activist based in San Diego, California. Stacy is graphic artist and animator in the world of the national news media. She has worked for over ten years in the field of graphic journalism. Stacy has been a supporter of Sarah Palin's since before her selection as John McCain's running mate in the 2008 presidential election. She originally read about Governor Palin's energy policies in 2007 and has followed and supported her ever since.

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