In today’s American Spectator, I discuss the breathtaking corruption of Obama’s Secretary of Health and Human Services:
Before the advent of Commissar Sebelius, the typical Secretary of Health and Human Services has maintained such a low profile and remained so far from scandal that most voters would be hard put to name any of the 20 people who preceded her in that office.
But Sebelius has been a noisome exception.
The stench of corruption has followed Sebelius from her confirmation hearings, during which she admitted that she had made “errors” on her tax returns, to her “inadvertent” violation of the Hatch Act last February.
Nor have revelations of the latter outrage stemmed the steady stream of skullduggery that still flows from her office.
To read the rest of this tawdry tale, click here.