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Stamp Out Public Corruption in W.Va.

September 14, 2013

One of the most upsetting comments we have heard in some time — distressing because it seems to be all too accurate — came from a woman whose job it is to ensure public officials obey the law....

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Sep-14-13 1:04 PM

I bet you could pull any year's archives of the paper, going back to it's beginning, and find a similar editorial headline. Face it, some people go into government to see how much they can get away with. Looking at the last five years at obie's DOE, apparently quite a lot.

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Sep-15-13 1:16 AM

steelmaker: How dare you accuse this fish wrapper of being stale! They've only done a dozen stories to kill greyhound and horse racing this year...and my parent's jobs. An original thought would die of loneliness.

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Sep-15-13 8:43 AM

Bankers, Wall Street moneymanagers, CEO's with outrageous salaries. Great examples of ethic violations and nothing happening at all.

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Sep-15-13 2:29 PM

You make an interesting point hoopie! "PBS' Frontline program on Tuesday night broadcast a new one-hour report on one of the greatest and most shameful failings of the Obama administration: the lack of even a single arrest or prosecution of any senior Wall Street banker for the systemic fraud that precipitated the 2008 financial crisis — a crisis from which millions of people around the world are still suffering."

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