former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge believed that President Bush and his top advisers manipulated the terror threat alert system for their political gain is really — and it ought to be — a major story. Ridge was in a position to know, for certain, whether this was the case. And though he’s [...]Read the rest of this entry »
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Republicans: what do you think of Tom Ridge saying that bush manipulated the threat level for political gain?
A woman in a hot air balloon realizes she is lost. She lowers her altitude and spots a man fishing from a boat below. She shouts to him, "Excuse me, can you help me? I promised a friend I would meet him an hour ago, but I don’t know where I am." The man consults [...]Read the rest of this entry »
House Speaker Pelosi Used Political Donations to Pay Husband’s Firm Wednesday, October 01, 2008 WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi paid her husband’s real estate and investment firm nearly $100,000 from her political action committee over the past decade, a practice that she voted to ban last year and that her party condemned as part [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Senator John Ensign used campaign donations to pay his former mistress’ son, The teenager was listed on the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s payroll as a policy analyst during the 2008 elections. The young man was removed when Ensign’s extramarital affair went public. Ensign also asked that his mistress’ husband be put on the payroll of [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Is it because no wants to donate to that ONE? Campaign Solutions, a Republican consulting firm advising Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s political action committee, has parted ways with the former Republican vice presidential nominee I’m sure its because she won’t pay them and she wants them to work for ‘the bubble’. The other thing is [...]Read the rest of this entry »
The political action committee behind the Tea Party Express (TPE) — which already has been slammed as inauthentic and corporate-controlled by rival factions in the Tea Party movement — directed almost two thirds of its spending during a recent reporting period back to the Republican consulting firm that created the PAC in the first place. [...]Read the rest of this entry »