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A Whole Lotta Liberal Corruption Going On

March 29, 2014 by

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By Michelle Malkin ~ Has Nancy Pelosi seen a newspaper lately? (Pro tip, hon: As with the Obamacare monstrosity, you have to read it to find out what’s in it.) I’d love to see her face in the wake of the veritable epidemic of Democratic corruption now sweeping the country. Pelosi’s blink count must be off the charts. […]

Rangel Merely Symptom of Bigger Problem

November 21, 2010 by

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By Star Parker New York’s Charlie Rangel, convicted of eleven ethics violations — the most ever found against any member of Congress — was resoundingly re-elected, getting 80 percent of his district’s vote. After 40 years representing these folks, you can’t conclude he was an unknown commodity. Granted, the conviction occurred after the election, but […]

Commentary on the Culture of Corruption

March 18, 2009 by

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Commentary on the Culture of Corruption by Tim Potts This week began with a bang. In arguably the most corrupt state government in America, federal prosecutors convicted former state Sen. Vince Fumo, D-Phila., of 137 counts of public corruption involving $3.5 million. Then there was the release of emails that implicate House Democratic Whip Bill […]