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Date: Sun, 30 Nov 1997 17:16:21 -0500
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
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> Editorial
>Republicans stormed the Bastille in 1994 promising to defund  the
>universally  despised  instruments  of  the  Left:  the Education
>Department, the National Endowment for the Arts, Legal  Aid,  and
>the  Corporation for Public Broadcasting.  Well, today these same
>Republicans have grown  complacent  and  are  now  defending  the
>status quo.
>But if there is one thing that all Republicans  can  still  agree
>on,  it  is  that  the  Justice  Department has been subverted to
>become a de facto defense department for Bill Clinton.
>Not even the Establishment newspapers  can  defend  Janet  Reno's
>decision  to  reduce  the  Chinese  infiltration  of  the Clinton
>administration and  the  wholesale  corruption  of  the  election
>system into a question of illegal phone calls.
>Well, instead of crying foul, Republicans should stop whining and
>do  something.  The best thing they can do to improve the rule of
>law in the United States is to threaten  to  defund  the  Justice
>Department.  The  House of Representatives holds the power of the
>purse, and Republicans are in a majority.  It  is  as  simple  as
>Then, perhaps, Janet Reno and Louis Freeh  will  finally  realize
>that  they  are  paid  to  serve  the American people and not the
>President of the United States.
>  Published in the Dec.  1, 1997 issue of The Washington Weekly
>  Copyright 1997 The Washington Weekly (http://www.federal.com)
>          Reposting permitted with this message intact

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