'Inspector General of the World'

The Los Angeles Times today takes a look inside the "Waxman Bureau of Investigation," the oversight apparatus built and maintained by Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., the ranking Democrat on the House Government Reform Committee and the "the self-appointed Inspector General of the World." Waxman's devotion to liberal partisanship, combined with the efforts of his staff of experienced investigators, has made him "the biggest pest east of the Mississippi" in the eyes of the GOP--and undoubtedly, in the eyes of some of the agencies whose work he probes, too.

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