Monday, February 26, 2007

Rob Antle's IEC article will win awards

I have to add my voice to the chorus of praise for Rob Antle, on his incredibly detailed and thoroughly researched article in Saturday's Telegram (February 24, 2007), exposing the sordid history of the Internal Economy Commission. Antle has sifted through a lot of information and presented us with a clear, easy to understand accounting of how the spending scandal evolved and was ultimately exposed. This article should be considered essential reading for every member of the voting public. However, you'd better set aside some time and pull up a chair: the article is more than 6,000 words long! You can read both parts here and here. There's no doubt that Antle will be winning an award or two for this piece of work.

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