Monday's Column: Justice Dept. Raid of Rep. Jefferson's Office Makes Congress Jumpy

Today’s column over at WorldNetDaily has little to do with Louisiana Rep. William Jefferson being taped accepting a $100,000 bribe, and the police later finding $90,000 of that hidden in his freezer. It has everything to do with how Congress is reacting to the raiding of Jefferson’s office on Capitol Hill – the first time in history that’s happened.

Why do so many members of Congress appear to be so nervous, even the Republicans? Do they all have something in the freezer?

Check out “Congress gets freezer burn” for more.

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