We have listed this before … but I may have missed a few of the new ones. It does seem to grow on a daily basis. Oh and yes … Chris Dodd (D-Countrywide) made the list. The most recent candidate in the malleable ethics sweepstakes is Ron Sims, chosen Monday to be the deputy secretary […]
If you are not happy with the results below please do another search
85 search results for: corruption
Many already knew that it had arrived years ago. Hartford mayor, Eddie Perez (D) headed over to Troop H in Hartford this morning to turn himself in after a warrant was issued including charges of bribery, fabricating evidence, and conspiring to fabricate evidence. The warrant was issued after a 15 month grand jury investigation. I’m […]
I was just forwarded this e-mail, and did some digging to find out where it came from. It was not too hard, and it turns out this article was originally posted on American Thinker, one of our favorite blogs.
It seems Iraqi officials say corruption became a way of life … under the UN oil for food program … read Glenn Reynolds take over at Instapundit … I agree!
Gotta just love the hypocrisy. This state legislator from San Francisco is tied in with a felon gang member Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow, who continued his gang activity behind a “legitimate” facade after getting out of prison. My bet is low-lifes like State Senator Leland Yee (D-San Francisco) taught felons like Shrimp Boy how to look […]
I really should get back to my Symptom of the Disease series. If Jim and I were to write a book, we’ve discussed this as a topic. Kind of a mesh between Mark Levin’s Liberty & Tyranny and Michelle Malkin’s Culture of Corruption. One leads to the other. Anyway…
A once seemingly, although not guaranteed, Democrat seat is suddenly in play for Republicans and its all the Democrats doing. The Feds are investigating the questionable handling of campaign contributions to a very liberal Democrat and the State House Speaker Christopher Donovan, who wants to replace very liberal Democrat 5th District Congressman Chris Murphy.
While the United States and the State Department push for negotiations to continue between the Taliban and the Afghan government, we learn the Taliban and al-Qaida may still have a common goal in mind even though their operational planning may differ in approach.
I found this link in a post from a forum I frequent unrelated to politics, yesterday and then Drudge picked it up and AP at Hot Air posted on the subject last night. It’s one respected man’s opinion, but it is just that. Afghanistan might not be going as well as we are told.
I first want to point out that only a small percentage of employees in the District’s workforce were fired, but still 90 employees were fired after a three year investigation revealed they cashed unemployment checks between a few hundred and $20,000 while they were employed by the district.