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Is SEC Inspector General Kotz Investigating High Profile Washington Law Firm?

Posted by Larry Doyle on June 21st, 2010 2:04 PM |

America has learned all too well about the revolving door between financial regulators and financial firms along with their legal counterparts. While these revolving doors are not necessarily incestuous by themselves, the fact is the proximity of the relationships that develop has clearly led to an overall atmosphere filled with incest.

Has this incest crept into the corner offices of a high profile Washington D.C. based law firm? (more…)

Coast Guard Logs Indicate White House Knew Early on that Gulf Disaster Might be Bigger Than Exxon Valdez

Posted by Larry Doyle on June 9th, 2010 6:45 AM |

Any investigation ultimately comes back to two questions:
1. What did they know?
2. When did they know it?

In order to determine the answers to these critical questions, investigators need to have real transparency and integrity in their pursuit of information. To this end, Sense on Cents welcomes adding a link to our Watchdog category (right sidebar) for the The Center for Public Integrity.

In the pursuit of transparency and integrity to understand what really happened in the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, the Center reviewed logs from the Coast Guard. What did they learn? (more…)

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