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By Ken Allard
Only the National Guard can re-establish homeland security
Topic - Jim Mcelhatton
The Times journalist Jim McElhatton reported in December that the State Department purchased $180,000 in liquor sales to stock up embassy cabinets – right before the fiscal shutdown that brought government to a standstill.
Mr. Thompson and his companies' largesse showed patterns of campaign giving that apparently ran afoul of D.C. campaign finance law by "combining to give twice and sometimes three times the maximum donation to city politicians in a single day, records show," Mr. McElhatton wrote.