Investigative Report I: Government Accountability Tucson, Arizona

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Sonora del Norte Press

Tucson, Arizona

Over the course of the next few (or more) weeks I’m going to be looking into government accountability and corruption from an investigative journalist point of view.  These posts will appear under their own headline “Investigative Report” beginning with this post here.  Before I begin, however, let’s lay out of few facts.  🙂

Corruption in government today is at an all time high.  This corruption exists from the lowest levels (city) to the highest levels (federal).  Somehow we have become a nation in which our so called “public servants” mistakenly believe themselves to be aristocrats rather than “public servants” and they waste no time at all spending PUBLIC monies on THEIR little pet projects, most of which are designed to honor their own egos and have little to nothing to do with serving the general public!  Oh yes, in today’s GREEDY American society it’s all about stroking our…

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