November 30, 2005


Republicans Denounce Cunningham

"Concerned that the stain of" former Rep. Randy Cunningham's (R-CA) "admission that he took bribes and evaded taxes could damage the party's prospects, President Bush and other Republican leaders issued strong denunciations of Mr. Cunningham's actions," the New York Times reports.

"The case intensified attention to charges of ethical and legal violations by members of Congress, including such influential leaders as Senator Bill Frist of Tennessee, the Republican leader in the Senate, and Representative Tom DeLay, the Texas Republican who was forced to step down as majority leader after he was indicted in Texas in September."










POLITICAL WIRE PODCAST

Political Wire Podcast Engaging conversations about elections and the political issues of the day. Subscribe via iTunes or RSS to get episodes automatically downloaded.


A special thanks to Stamps.com for sponsoring the podcast this month!




FREE NEWSLETTER




PARTNERS











TRENDING VIDEO

FOLLOW US