November 12, 2014
A bit of irony has just surfaced, totally unnoticed by the government, regarding the ethics of nepotism.
The Justice Department's Inspector General has just zapped three high-ranking officials in the immigration court system for causing the temporary employment of their relatives by their agency. At the same time, Congress enthusiastically supports the permanent admissions of relatives by the immigration system itself.
The first issue is, of course, important and visible; the second is far more important but virtually invisible. Read more...