The South Carolina congressman is the latest Republican to admit the GOP is trying to ram through massive tax cuts for the rich to satisfy its wealthy donors.
Recent reports only add to the questionable relationship already noted between Hillary Clinton’s role in government and the foundation that bears the Democratic presidential candidate’s name.
Turns out the Republican National Committee staffer who accompanied a group of donors to Voyeur, a bondage-themed nightclub in West Hollywood, and then turned in an expense account seeking reimbursement for the nearly $2,000 tab, was a woman.
Bill Clinton will not stand in the way of his wife becoming Barack Obama's secretary of state. The former president has agreed to nine conditions. Most notably, he will release the names of the 208,000 donors to his foundation and will submit future speeches and business deals to State Department and White House ethics reviews.
The candidates' coffers are swelling with larger and larger bundles of cash, but don't hold your breath waiting for the extended television discussions of this, because it's the broadcasters who profit the most.