The Report that triggered the Weiderhold ‘retirement.’
[UPDATE] In honor of Troglopundit’s request for respect for the KISS principle, here goes: Fred Weiderhold quit rather than tell Congress he was under Biden’s thumb. If you don’t have time to read the report that apparently triggered the Weiderhold matter (said report is also available via Senator Grassley’s office, as part of his ongoing investigation) – or even Stacy McCain’s article – here’s a | Read More »
The latest on the latest IG situation.
It turns out that former Amtrak IG Fred Wiederhold quit right after Senator Grassley started asking some questions. As a senior member of the United States Senate and as the Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Finance (Committee), it is my duty under the Constitution to ensure that Inspectors General, which were created by Congress, are permitted to operate without political pressure or interference | Read More »
The Palins, the Bidens, and the Obamas
Even with the passage of a few days from the Convention to ‘cool down’, I find that my admiration for Gov. Palin remains steadfast. If anything, it has increased as she now takes to the campaign trail. One of the reasons is something I have not seen discussed much, if at all, in the media or in the blogosphere. But it is something I feel | Read More »
Pay no attention to Joe Biden’s son, Hunter. It’s totally not fair game. He’s only making money off his dad’s connections, that’s all.
Here is a story most of the MSM is going to run away from as fast as possible. The son of Barack Obama’s vice presidential pick, Sen. Joe Biden, is a top partner at a Washington law firm that has lobbied his father’s office, a family tie that could prove embarrassing for a campaign that has positioned itself as fighting lobbyists and special interests in | Read More »