Richard Burr will be stepping down as chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee after the FBI ramped up its investigation into insider trading.
The far more consequential story is Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s participation in richly profiting from the U.S.-China policy for which she has lobbied for 40 years.
A week after the transactions, the economy began to take a sharp turn, and the stock market has declined about 30 percent since.
Burr already let the country down by being AWOL and worse during the Russia collusion hoax that was perpetrated on the country.
What do we gain by having insider trading laws? Have any of the federal securities laws passed since the New Deal done anything to make financial markets any less of an insider’s game?
Tom Price’s stock market trades are no different than thousands of trades made by Democrats over the years.
For the love of Pete, it’s daily fantasy football.
Daily fantasy football is more a game of chance than skill. So it should be regulated more like gambling or stock trading.
Thanks to his violent temper and his shocking corruption, Jim Moran will not be missed after his retirement from Congress.
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