I first met Vince Salandria in August 1968. He was wary of others back then, as were most of the first-generation researchers. After all, many of them, in particular Salandria, were vocal in accusing elements of the US Government of being complicit in the assassination of its president. 322 more words
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Working in a congressional office can have its perks, sometimes eventually reaching six figures.
The nonpartisan Sunlight Foundation found that former congressional staffers who take jobs as lobbyists make considerably more than the average lobbyist with no government attachments, showing the revolving door between… 224 more words