A Sordid Tale at the University of California

Thomas Lifson
Greed and self-dealing by public employees has sparked outrage in Bell, California and beyond. But officials at the University of California trumped the bad behavior of Bell officials, who at least had the grace to admit their wrong. The story of the incredible greed, lying, cover-up, and despicable playing of the race card at the University of California described here beggars the imagination.

California Attorney General (and candidate for governor) Jerry Brown has not initiatied a criminal investigation, though he is investigating the Cal State Stanislaus Foundation for spending $75,000 for speaker Sarah Palin. The $90,000 Bill Clinton was paid to speak to the University of California at Davis Foundation, however, troubles the AG not one iota.
Greed and self-dealing by public employees has sparked outrage in Bell, California and beyond. But officials at the University of California trumped the bad behavior of Bell officials, who at least had the grace to admit their wrong. The story of the incredible greed, lying, cover-up, and despicable playing of the race card at the University of California described here beggars the imagination.

California Attorney General (and candidate for governor) Jerry Brown has not initiatied a criminal investigation, though he is investigating the Cal State Stanislaus Foundation for spending $75,000 for speaker Sarah Palin. The $90,000 Bill Clinton was paid to speak to the University of California at Davis Foundation, however, troubles the AG not one iota.