Researcher and Writer in Washington, DC

Posts tagged The Washington Examiner

Cronyism charges jump the sh...

Cronyism charges jump the shark

If I had a dollar for every time the words “crony” and “cronyism” appear in print these days, well, I’d be flush. When I plugged those terms into Nexis, the database warned me it would take a while to tally the thousands of media stories from the past few years containing either expression. As an […]

Yes, the Government Can Open Your Mail Without a Warr...

Yes, the Government Can Open Your Mail Without a Warrant

By law, first-class mail is sealed against inspection, meaning that government officials may not open it without first getting a warrant from a judge. A citizen would be forgiven for imagining that this law ensures his or her mail is private, but that’s not quite true. For one thing, other classes of mail do not […]

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