Abramoff corrupting influence reaches the media:
Tom Rodgers is Abramoff Whistleblower:
Connections in Washingtion
People convicted in the Abramoff lobbying scandal
I have had the pleasure of working with Tom and his firm for the past five years in many arenas advocating for Indian people.
Tom Rodgers of Carlyle Consulting is known as a hard worker and a good organizer who takes the lead on his clients' issues ...
THE ABRAMOFF EFFECT
You did it..........wow, changed the whole political climate.
- Nikki Symington, public relations expert
If your mother says she loves you, check it out
There's a war out there, old friend, a world war. And it's not about who's got the most bullets, it's about who controls the information.
High Plains Drifter
It's what people know about themselves inside...
that makes them afraid.
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Tom C. Rodgers O-tee-paym-soo-wuk Ethics in Government Scholarship
Tom Rodgers, a member of the Blackfoot tribe and an alumnus of the University of Denver College of Law, recently established the Tom C. Rodgers Ethics in Government Scholarship, which will benefit a Native American law student at his alma mater.
- November 2011
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Read article by LORNA THACKERAY Of The Gazette Staff
Read the Billings Gazette Article, Sunday, February 20, 2011
The Legacy of the Abramoff Scandals.
"You know, scandals are very effective tools for the opposition in an election year. And we saw, particularly in 2006, when the Republicans lost the House of Representatives and in large measure, they lost it - at least according to exit polls among the voters - because of the Abramoff scandals, where, you know, a prominent lobbyist in Washington was wining and dining and paying off members of Congress, some of whom went to jail."
-NPR News analyst Cokie Roberts, March 8, 2010
Tribes Disappointed After Gifts to DNC Land-Seeking Indians Who Gave $107,000 Cite Pressure to Hire Consultants, Donate More
Inspector General at Interior To Probe Solicitation of Tribes
DU Alumnus Tom Rodgers
Sought Justice For Fellow Native
In One Of The Largest Scandals
Had Ever Seen
Last to vote, first to blame
Breaking Jack Abramoff
Indian Country in general owes you a great debt of gratitude. If and when you ever want to disclose your efforts, know you can count on me to support you.
- Rick Hill
I cannot begin to express my gratitude and utmost appreciation for all that you did for me as we walked through one of the country’s biggest controversies of all time. - David Sickey
Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe & Jack Abramoff
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