Newt Gingrich: Capitol Crimes and Misdemeanors (Google eBook)

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John Wilson, 1996 - Political Science - 246 pages
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Criticizes the Speaker of the House for influence peddling, and argues against the changes he is trying to make in the areas of consumer rights and civil liberties
  

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Page 8 - ... the executive, legislative, or judicial branch shall solicit or accept anything of value from a person — (1) seeking official action from, doing business with, or (in the case of executive branch officers and employees) conducting activities regulated by the individual's employing entity; or (2) whose interests may be substantially affected by the performance or nonperformance of the individual's official duties.
Page 21 - It is the lowest thing that I have ever seen in my thirty-two years in Congress.
Page 39 - expenditure" includes— (i) any purchase, payment, distribution, loan, advance, deposit, or gift of money or anything of value, made by any person for the purpose of influencing any election for Federal office; and (ii) a written contract, promise, or agreement to make an expenditure.
Page 12 - No civilization can survive with 12-year-olds having babies, with 15-year-olds killing each other, with 17-year-olds dying of AIDS, with 18-year-olds getting diplomas they can't read.

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John Wilson is a Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics at Baylor College of Medicine in TX.

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