Sam Smith -The corruption in Washington is not just in the White House and Congress. It's getting worse at the local level. For years the Review argued for an elected attorney general for DC as a partial remedy. Now, reports, Washington City Paper:
"In 2010, 90,316 District residents voted to put D.C.'s first elected
attorney general on the ballot in 2014. Today, seven members of the D.C.
Council voted to postpone that election until 2018. Guess which vote
trumps the other?"