Waters Cleared in Long-Running Ethics Case

By: Friday September 21, 2012 12:15 pm

The House Ethics Committee has cleared Maxine Waters of wrongdoing in a celebrated but thin case over whether she improperly set up a meeting between the Treasury Department and a troubled bank in which her husband had a stake. Her chief of staff (and grandson), Mikael Moore, still faces scrutiny. But Waters “went above and [...]

A Day After Schooling Banksters, “New Documents” Comes to Light in Waters Ethics Case

By: Friday November 19, 2010 1:20 pm

Forgive me a tinfoil hat moment here. Yesterday, Maxine Waters chaired the House Financial Services Committee hearing on foreclosure fraud, and very effectively called out both the regulators who have stood mute in the midst of this crisis, and the big bank servicers who have been actively harmful to their customers. She proved herself to [...]

Waters Ethics Case Has Porter Goss (!) Arguing on Other Side

By: Monday August 2, 2010 1:52 pm

The Office of Congressional Ethics complaint against Maxine Waters, which they completed a year ago but has only just now been unsealed, is available here. I think you have all you need to know about this complaint by learning that disgraced former CIA Director Porter Goss, no stranger to ethics violations, is the co-chair of [...]

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