It has been an axiom that the more pious a political or public figure claims to be the less credible he/she in fact is in reality. On the political scene it is hard to forget the fact that Illinois had two governors in jail at the very same time, and a few years before more than a score of Judges went to jail in the Greylord scandal. Indeed, to address such situations it is now required that people who are paid with public funds to file ETHICS statements. Even teachers are required. It has been reported in various publications that the Administrator of the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission (IARDC) has not filed the ethics statements.
It also appears that few, if any, of the employees of the IARDC file the said statements. Why not? The funds they receive are public funds collected from citizens (attorneys). There does not…
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