Plea Bargaining with Rostenkowski Would be a Travesty

“When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself as public property.”
                Thomas Jefferson
Jefferson noted, holding a “public office is a public trust.”  Unfortunately, some elected officials loose sight of this imperative, substituting personal appetites for power, stature or wealth for the ideals of public service. 
In recent …

A Lack of Congressional Backbones

In their rush to "resolve" the burgeoning federal deficit crisis,members of COngress have been quick to suggest all American will have to live with "necessary" cuts and increased taxes.

Yet these same individuals who hv ebeen directly responsible for crating the budget mess have again failed to demonstrate real political courage …

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