Too Hot for Holder

The Attorney General has more than the Fast and Furious scandal to worry about.  Eric Holder dropped the Justice Department's investigation into the Bill Richardson pay-to-play scandals, but thanks to a civil lawsuit, dots may get connected on the record in court. The Albuquerque Journal has published a front page article revealing details of an amended lawsuit recently filed by the New Mexico State Investment Council. As it turns out, continuing the investigation might have led into the highest ranks of Democratic Party leadership.  The Journal reports: The lawsuit alleges that former Democratic National Committee CEO and finance chairman Marvin Rosen approached "senior members of Governor Richardson's staff" while representing several firms seeking State Investment Council investments. Rosen, a Miami lawyer, Democrat fundraiser and Kennedy pal, previously achieved notoriety during the Clinton Administration for being the rainmaker who conceived and supervised the White...(Read Full Post)