Abramoff

John Boehner's Kiss of Death
Why the House Republicans are so efficient at cleaning up their scandals
March 07, 2013

Why the House Republicans are so efficient at cleaning up their scandals.

GOPtopia
September 11, 2006

Surry Hill. So reads a plaque at the end of the long, winding private road that leads to the crown jewel of McLean, Virginia: the 18,000-square-foot mansion that Republican lobbyist Ed Rogers and his wife Edwina call home. To get there from Washington, you drive across the Potomac River and along a parkway that, in the summer, is canopied by lush green trees. Shortly before the guarded entrance to the CIA, you turn off McLean's main road and then down a private lane, passing through brick gate posts adorned with black lanterns and into a grand cul-de-sac. A massive brick Colonial with majestic

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January 23, 2006

When the Jack Abramoff scandal first broke, the main Republican line of defense was to construe the problem as narrowly as possible.