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Monday, November 29, 2021

Lock ‘em up and throw away the key

My, my. The gaggle of crooks, con-artists and thieves also known as the United States Congress got pissed because the FBI actually had the audacity to raid the office of a Congressman to collect evidence of corruption and criminal activity.

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The New York Times goes tabloid

The above-the-fold story in The New York Times suggests the marriage of former President Bill Clinton and his hope-to-be-President wife, Sen. Hillary Clinton, is a union of political convenience, staged for public show while they lead mostly separate lives.  This is news?

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Lock ’em up and throw away the key

My, my. The gaggle of crooks, con-artists and thieves also known as the United States Congress got pissed because the FBI actually had the audacity to raid the office of a Congressman to collect evidence of corruption and criminal activity.

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It’s the idiotic economy, stupid

It’s almost too easy. Gas prices jump above $3, oil companies post record profits and industry executives reap huge payouts _ in the case of ex-Exxon Mobile chairman and chief executive officer Lee Raymond, $686 million in the past 13 years, including a whopping $400 million retirement package.  It seems obscene. It is obscene.

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Unbelievable academic fraud

Ward Churchill provides us with another sort of model. Reading the 120-page report prepared by scholars from the University of Colorado and elsewhere, which evaluates charges of academic fraud against Churchill, should be a profoundly disturbing experience for any academic, and especially for anyone associated with the university that hired, tenured, and promoted him.

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An incredible screwup

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. An employee violates office rules by taking home an office laptop containing sensitive information about citizens. Thieves steal the laptop. Suddenly trusting citizens are plunged into risk of becoming victims of the crime of our time: identity theft.

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Treasury weakened by Bush missteps

President Bush has been looking for a new treasury secretary for more than a year, but he has yet to find someone who wants to replace John Snow in the once-powerful Cabinet post.  The drawn-out search is uncomfortable for the White House and hammers home the view that treasury’s influence and prestige has diminished under Bush.

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Congress pissed by FBI raid on Hill

Leaders on both sides of the Congressional aisle get pissy over the FBI raid on Rep. William Jefferson’s office, suggesting that Capitol Hill should be off limits to those who enforce the law.

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