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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Paul Unger
Not long after George Allen lost his U.S. Senate seat in Virginia in 2006, the Republican launched a private consulting business that bills itself as a "recognized leader in helping clients navigate the waters inside — and outside — the Beltway."
"It's not the way you'd normally describe the word principal, as an independent contractor," he said. "It looks like the firm is attempting to offer lobbying services for their clients without having to be treated as a lobbying firm."
"Several years ago, I established my own lobbying firm which allows me to represent several clients and at times work with other firms like George Allen Strategies," Mr. Unger wrote in an email to The Washington Times in response to inquiries about his lobbying work for Mr. Allen's firm.