She is always welcome to post here and I do love a night off. I had originally started this journal with the plan to do it once a week. Due to the lack of Iraq coverage and the fact that C.I. was doing such strong reporting on so many Congressional hearings led me to move to posting five times a week. Or trying to. With the promise to this site's readers that I would always have a new post when C.I. reported on Congress.
Taking Ava's report and C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot" from yesterday, explain to me what would happen if you broke the law and harassed someone?
I think you'd be in court and facing sentencing. But JP Morgan Chase broke the law and harassed veterans. In addition, they stole money. Now that they've been caught, they think the thing to do is repay the money and tack 7.5% interest onto it and all is fair and better.
You steal money? Millions? You're going to prison. Same with me.
But JP Morgan Chase thinks they're home free and, judging by the hearing, they may very well be.
Congress needs to start an investigation into this. So where are they?
That's other coverage. And I agree Jennifer Rizzo's report especially.
This is C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot" for Thursday: