March 22, 2006 -
The Devil went down to Georgia, and so did former Christian Coalition leader Ralph Reed. State Republicans aren't happy about what his candidacy for Lt. Governor are doing to their political prospects, reports Political Wire:
February 5, 2006 -
Think the Jack Abramoff scandal isn't having much impact on politics? Ralph Reed, former darling of the religious right and current candidate for the second-in-command post in Georgia, would disagree:
January 9, 2006 -
Not long ago, it was Corporate America -- not political figures like Tom DeLay and Jack Abramoff (who made contact with White House folks 200 times in the first 10 months of the Bush era) -- that was awash in scandal.
January 5, 2006 -
Posted by R. Neal Politicians from around the South are distancing themselves from the Abramoff scandal. In Mississippi:
December 16, 2005 -
After months of attempting to run from the scandals surrounding Jack Abramoff, Ralph Reed -- a GOP candidate for Georgia Lt. Governor, with an eye on the governor's mansion -- says he agrees the connection was unsavory:
June 7, 2005 -
The Galveston Daily News reports on more Tom DeLay-related unpleasantness. Back in the 1990s, Saipan, capital of the Northern Marianas Islands, a U.S. territory, was the site of quite a racket for the garment industry.