Wednesday, July 12, 2006

CAPITOL SEARCH RULING REAX -- "When the F.B.I. searched the offices of William Jefferson, the scandal-plagued Democratic congressman from Louisiana, it produced a rare moment of bipartisanship. Leaders of both parties insisted that the search infringed on the rights of Congress. This week, Thomas Hogan, a federal district court judge in Washington, gave Congress a much-needed reminder that no one is above the law."