Throw Them All Out
Peter Schweizer contends that members of Congress profit from insider trading and use their political influence for their own financial gain. The author reports on several current members of the House and Senate who, according to the author, have affected votes on bills or gathered information from briefings to benefit their financial portfolio. Peter Schweizer responded to questions from members of the audience at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. close
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John Hilboldt Director Heritage Foundation->Lectures and Seminars
Peter F. Schweizer Research Fellow Hoover Institution at Stanford University
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