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Apr 02, 2012



My wife worked with a "whistle-blower". He was a waste of air who did nothing all day long but kept his job by filing "FOIA" forms and alleging unethical behavior against good people who did nothing wrong just often enough that firing him would give the appearance of "retaliation". The way to make government more honest is to provide profit incentives for good work. Instead we provide profit incentives for contractors to screw us and wonder why they do. It's not that hard to figure out.

Keith Rutter

Great interview, but Eyal Press fans such as myself really want to know what he thinks of the Buffalo Bills chances this season now that they've sign Mario Williams? Also, does he think they should draft a Left Tackle? I'm not the only one. I'm sure other Bills fans like @davelevinthal also want to know. ;)

Peter Scannell

“The problem is a lot of people don’t know that this is happening, and industry groups rely on that.”

The quintessence of that observation compels me.

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