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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Did Negroponte sell his conflict-of-interest stocks?

John Negroponte, President Bush’s choice for intelligence chief, is a multimillionaire who promised last year to sell stock in companies that have business stakes in Iraq’s reconstruction, according to his financial disclosure reports. It is unclear from two April reports, Negroponte’s most recent filings, whether he followed through on sales of General Electric and other companies helping to rebuild Iraq, where he is U.S. ambassador. The White House did not immediately comment Monday.

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Rather is shown the door

His last broadcast after 24 years as an anchor will be March 9, and you don’t have to be fan of Rather’s to be dismayed by the way he’s being treated as he heads for the door. Some of his CBS colleagues are volunteering that they don’t watch him, finding him boring, his delivery quirky.

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Crisis? We don’t need no stinkin’ crisis

Will Rogers said that everyone talks about the weather but no one does anything about it. That certainly, in part at least, could be applied to the current, for lack of a better word, hysteria over the fate of Social Security.

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Plague of the fatcat lobbyists

They roam the halls of Congress like a pack of ravenous wolves, licking their chops and turning the Democratic process into a mockery, a sham where thieves rule and any hope of good government lies trampled in a mass of bloody, unrecognizable pulp.

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