Thursday, December 14, 2006

A good newcomer

Stumbled across a good new blog called "Campaign2008" the other day.

Notable recent posts: (with excerpts)

Nancy Pelosi's Congress: A Landfill of Corruption

Bulletin: Howard Jefferson, the Louisiana Democratic congressman who gave new meaning to the phrase "cold cash" has been re-elected to the House of Representatives by the good and reflective people of his district. As you recall, Jefferson's career was mildly disrupted when he was found to have $90,000 in bribe money in his freezer. Two of the congressman's closest aides, including a member of his staff, have been sent to prison for their involvement in the scandal. Jefferson won with a mere 79% of the vote. One of those who endorsed him was the irrepressible Ray Nagin, mayor New Orleans.

Oil Companies & Pharmaceuticals - Their Turn in the Barrel

Traditionally a very profitable company, Pfizer has more than 13,000 scientists working for the company. Its yearly research expenditures are about $7.5 billion -- more than any developed COUNTRY outside the U.S. spends on drug research.

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