Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Texas) urged Americans to realize that God “wrote the Constitution” and predicted an upcoming “awakeni...
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Two former Washington power players taken down by scandal were reunited on Wednesday for a lunch meeting between old friends.
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If there is "a case for pardoning Tom Delay," it should be because DeLay may have already been punished enough.
With an ego more voracious than a black hole, Tom DeLay hit upon a dandy idea in 2001 to suck up more power for himself, his party and his corporate coo-conspirators.
I thank the lamentably neglected hero of DeLay case: former Travis County District Attorney Ronnie Earle, whose dogged pursuit of political corruption is the key factor in the conviction.
Doesn't money always flow relatively freely in the political system? Yes, but the problem in Tom Delay's case is that Texas has a century old law prohibiting corporate contributions to candidates.
The Tom DeLay money laundering trial is coming to a close in Austin. Comeuppance is nigh. In 2002, DeLay's PAC sent a check for $190,000 to the RNC, which in turn delivered it to seven Texas candidates.
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