Coleman Is On the Case

After less than two years in the Senate, Minnesota’s Norm Coleman is rapidly becoming one of the most influential members of that body, on account of his extraordinary talent and his equally extraordinary capacity for hard work. Among other things, he is the Chairman of the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. Norm is putting that position to good use by investigating the U.N.’s Food for Oil program, under which the U.N. collaborated with Saddam Hussein’s regime in a massive fraud that enriched Saddam, U.N. officials and their relatives, and innumerable politicians and journalists worldwide. Check out this press release:

The Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (PSI) has scheduled a hearing entitled,


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