Miers protected
money launderer?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- At Wednesday's White House press briefing, Scott McClellan, the president's press secretary, said in response to a question from WND regarding the Texas Lottery scandals that he would more…

Did payment to Miers' firm violate law?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- In 1997, while she was chairwoman of the Texas Lottery Commission, Harriet Miers was mired in a conflict-of-interest controversy with charges that she had arranged a lucrative Texas more…

Ronnie Earle linked to Miers-run lottery

by Jerome R. Corsi -- In 1997, when Harriet Miers was chairwoman of the Texas Lottery Commission, controversy swirled in Texas regarding allegations that former Lt. Gov. Ben Barnes had made an illegal more…

Israelis sharpening swords for strike on Iran

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Israel for the first time has given off signals that the time grows short until the Jewish state attacks Iran, whether or not the world supports the military more…

Were winners cheated on Miers' watch?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Harriet Miers unexpectedly resigned as Texas Lottery Commissioner on March 21, 2000, ten months before her term expired. Her resignation preceded only by days a controversy that broke more…

Harriet Miers enabled abusive tax shelters?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Harriet Miers' Texas law firm, Locke Liddell, was investigated by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations for agreeing to write favorable tax opinions for clients regarding Ernst & more…

Was Harriet Miers
asleep at the helm?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Regarding a lawsuit that cost Harriet Miers' Dallas law firm a $22 million settlement (for participating in a fraud that cost investors an estimated $33 million) WND has more…

How Miers' law firm helped defraud investors

by Jerome R. Corsi -- In 2000, Locke Liddell & Sapp, the Texas legal firm of which Harriet Miers was then co-manager, paid out $22 million to settle out-of-court with investors, many of more…

Federal crimes, GTECH
and influence peddling

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Maybe before President Bush nominated his White House counsel to the Supreme Court, the staff should have vetted GTECH, the company that has had the Texas Lottery contract more…