Organization's books weren't cooked -- they simply don't exist.
Hal SamplesOn the set of Lone Star. Sure hope we get to see this episode.Well I'll be damned. We're up and running again. For now. How ... surprising. Again, data was corrupted, but at least everyone got a scholarship (thanks, Congressional Black Caucus!). My apologies, of course -- you couldn't ... More >>
Sam MertenIn the wake of Congressional candidate Stephen Broden's latest bombshell about incumbent Eddie Bernice Johnson's scholar-gyp scandal, we have to wonder about the whole Congress. Is Johnson's fiddling of some scholarship funds from the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation merely symptom ... More >>
Rep. Donald PayneRep. Donald Payne, a Democrat from New Jersey, is the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation -- which, as you're well aware by now, is where Eddie Bernice Johnson found the $25,000 she gave in scholarships to relatives and her top aide's kids. And Payne's so livid ove ... More >>
Sam MertenLot of interesting murmurs going around Southern Dallas the last few days concerning Christy Hoppe and Todd J. Gillman's stories in the The Dallas Morning News about Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson, Democrat of Dallas, dishing scholarships to her own relatives and the children of he ... More >>
Local pols back off a master plan that would have put the squeeze on a major southern Dallas development
Despite the Starr report's dirty details, Paula Jones' case against the nation's "first black president" hinges as much on race as on sex