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Washington Post: Kaptur is 1 of 7 being investigated by ethics committee

Washington Post is reporting Marcy Kaptur is one of the seven being investigated for her ties to the PMA Group in the PMA Scandal. To see the full history, please check out the link to the right.
http://swampbubbles.com/person-or-thing-interest/pma-scandal
According to the Post, Kaptur was interviewed last week about her activities.

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In America, Crazy Is a Preexisting Condition

I highly recommend this article by historian Rick Perlstein of the Washington Post. Take note of the role the media has played by reporting on the wild claims made--a sort of he said, she said reporting,

In America, Crazy Is a Preexisting Condition

I highly recommend this article by historian Rick Perlstein of the Washington Post. Take note of the role the media has played by reporting on the wild claims made--a sort of he said, she said reporting,

As Ethics Issues Swirl, the House Finally Has the Right Process

Last week, the Washington Post had a story discussing potential conflicts of interest of the members of the House ethics committee over its investigation of alleged earmark irregularities linked to the lobbying firm PMA Group. PMA has close ties to a number of Members of Congress, including the powerful chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense, Rep. John Murtha (D-Pa.). It turns out that the 10 members of the ethics panel have requested a number of earmarks from Murtha’s subcommittee.

Washington Post picks up on Toledo's trouble, notes Dillin's trouble

The Washington Post ran a big story on Sunday on Toledo's unemployment. But what was interesting in the article is what it mentioned about Larry Dillin:

Larry B. Dillin, head of Dillin Corp. and Noonan's former boss, laid off 60 percent of his workforce of about two dozen in the Toledo suburb of Perrysburg. In a period that reminds him of the weeks after the 2001 terrorist attacks, he sees "a lot of people with a deer-in-the-headlights stare, people not knowing what normal is anymore."

Washington Post Troubles

It appears all newspapers are going downhill, even the Washington Post.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/03/27/AR200903...

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