President Barack Obama won plaudits from some government watchdog types for his new ethics rules that forbade people who had lobbied the government during the past two jobs from taking posts in his administration.
It turns out, Obama's rule isn't much of a "rule." In Obama's first 13 full days in office, he's issued 17 waivers to this rule. Of course, you need to be reading the English-language newspaper of India (not Indiana) to find this out.
The honeymoon continues.
Looks like Cuomo is only guilty of believing his own press coverage.
Journalism is dead
If this is a conflict of interest (it is), then it should have been painfully obvious that the kiss ass during the height of COVID-19 was too.
CNN's Chris Cuomo breaks silence on brother Andrew, says he 'obviously ... cannot cover' harassment claims https://www.foxnews.com/media/cnns-chris-cuomo-cover-allegations-against-brother-claims-network-extensively
Reading through Donald McNeil's account of his ouster at the times and amused by his "God and Adolph" anecdote. I had a similar sort of experience at the SDUT.
The furniture industry has been allowed to self-regulate for too long—& with tragic consequences, as a child is injured by tipped furniture every 17 minutes.
Passing the STURDY Act would enact strong furniture stability standards to prevent deadly tip-overs & protect children. https://twitter.com/SenBobCasey/status/1365065219421184005
@GlennKesslerWP Reading your whole thing, it so often feels if you're obfuscating rather than making things clear.
1) Obamacare mandated that LSOTP do something
2) LSOTP say "no", sue on religious grounds
3) Trump admin grants them waiver
4) CA AG says "no waivers!"