Maxine Waters’ Ethics Case WILL Proceed

Jeff Dunetz Yid With Lid 6/6/2012

When ethics charges were brought up against California Rep Maxine Waters in 2010 she responded with cries of racism and unfair practices from the committee’s lawyers that violated her rights. The truth was the ONLY thing unfair was that Ms. Waters may have helped her husbands bank receive TARP […]

Maxine Waters, Your Scandal is Showing

Glenn Reynolds Instapundit 4/8/2011

DON SURBER: Maxine Waters, Your Scandal Is Showing. “We shall see if the Obama administration purses this as the Bush Administration pursued the corruption of Republican Congressman Duke Cunningham who received a sentence of 8 1/2 years in prison when federal prosecutors were finished.” Yeah, I’m sure the Justice Department is […]

House Ethics committee targeting Finance next?

Ed Morrisey 12/3/2010

The case of the missing e-mail in the Maxine Waters ethics investigation appears to be getting deeper. Earlier this week, the panel acknowledged that it had suspended two attorneys in the probe, including its lead investigator Cindy Morgan Kim, at the same time it postponed its hearing for Waters as new […]

Charles Rangel, Maxine Waters and the House culture of entitlement

Ruth Marcus The Washington Post 8/4/2010

My favorite part of the ethics report on Charlie Rangel involves his efforts to “close” a $10 million gift “to create AIG Hall” as part of the Rangel Center at the City College of New York.

Yes, that AIG.

…Maxine Waters, the California Democrat who this week joined Rangel […]

Barney Frank defends support of bank after call from disgraced pol

Dianne Wilkerson asked me to do it

Frank Quaratiello The Boston Herald 8/3/2010

U.S. Rep. Barney Frank said yesterday he has “no regrets” about his role in helping a troubled Boston bank qualify for a $12 million federal bailout now at the center of ethics charges against California Rep. Maxine Waters.

In fact, Frank – […]

Barney Frank’s Ethics Mess

Explosive Treasury Emails Put Barney Frank in the Ethics Hot Seat

Tom Fitton President, Judicial Watch 4/2/2010

When Barney Frank was asked about intervening on behalf of a home state bank for Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP) funds, the Massachusetts Democrat admitted he spoke to a “federal regulator” but according to the Wall Street Journal, […]