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Caucus of Corruption : The Truth about the New Democratic Majority
by Matthew Margolis and Mark Noonan

Overview - When Democrats made ethics the centerpiece of their 2006 campaign, respected bloggers Matt Margolis and Mark Noonan went to work online chronicling the corruption endemic to the Democratic Party. But there's so much more to Democratic corruption than can be told online In Caucus of Corruption: The Truth About The New Democratic Majority, Margolis and Noonan take dead aim at the ethical leaders of today's ruling party.  Read more...

 
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Overview
When Democrats made ethics the centerpiece of their 2006 campaign, respected bloggers Matt Margolis and Mark Noonan went to work online chronicling the corruption endemic to the Democratic Party. But there's so much more to Democratic corruption than can be told online In Caucus of Corruption: The Truth About The New Democratic Majority, Margolis and Noonan take dead aim at the ethical leaders of today's ruling party. You'll discover.. Nancy Pelosi's cronyism, campaign finance and immigration law violations . Harry Reid's questionable land deals and connections to disgraced lobbyists and billionaire casino owners. Media darling Barack Obama's cozy relationship with the indicted fundraiser next door. Clinton foot soldier Rahm Emanuel's love for dirty money . William Jefferson's refrigerated $80,000 cash stashand much, much more The definitive resource on Democratic corruption, Caucus of Corruption is a must-read for conservatives, political junkies, and everyone concerned about the dubious ethics and goalsof the new Democratic ruling class.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780977898473
  • ISBN-10: 0977898474
  • Publisher: World Ahead Publishing
  • Publish Date: April 2007
  • Page Count: 209


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