Washington lawmakers are falling all over themselves to pass legislation aimed at curbing corruption in high places. But, as Kevin Schmiesing points out, the most effective solution to the problem has been known for hundreds of years: limited government and moral restraint.

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  • Edwaed D Rucks

    These are presumtuous ; contemporary expedient reformers; Transparent -sanctimonious-caloused-hypocritical- They have no shame.
    Dirty hands,attempting to put on white gloves. They have a beam in their own eye; Matthew, 7:3 .
    Woe unto you ; scribs and pharisees,hypocrites;
    Matthew, 23: 24,25,26,27. Where are, the moral statesmen and leaders ?