Nice pay­day

The Washington Times Weekly - - National -

“It looks as if for­mer U.S. At­tor­ney Gen­eral Al­berto Gon­za­les is land­ing on his feet,” Paul Bedard writes in the Wash­ing­ton Whis­pers col­umn of U.S. News & World Re­port.

“The em­bat­tled Texan re­signed af­ter the Jus­tice De­part­ment came un­der fire for ax­ing nine U.S. at­tor­neys. Now Univer­sity of Florida’s stu­dent pa­per, the Alli- ga­tor, re­ports that Gon­za­les will take home $40,000 for a cam­pus speech next week.

“Clin­ton’s AG Janet Reno may not be happy: Whis­pers learns that she got $15,000 for a UF chat in 2005. But both are net­ting less than Jack Kevorkian, who will make a killing for a speech at the school next year: $50,000.”

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