• Henry Waxman says things like: “At a minimum, you appear to be putting the profits of the Tribune Co. ahead of the interests of the public in viable local newspapers.” Obviously, making a profit is the whole idea of a corporation, but Henry Waxman says things like that without a trace of irony.

    Here’s a guy who’s been running for office and doing the Lord’s work since before he’s been old enough to vote. He’s a walking argument for term limits.

  • […] His most recent appearance in these columns came for using his official position to try to boss around a newspaper owner. At the Examiner, Tim Carney writes that Waxman’s seeming aloofness from K Street […]