Friday, May 5, 2017

Self Aggrandizement and Puffery

You've heard of Catch-22. But Public Law 134?

The 1951 law says federal government officials can't engage in covert propaganda or spend public funds on it.

In the nearly seven decades since Public Law 134 was passed, government attorneys have vigilantly called for the law's enforcement, particularly its ban on self-glorification, which Congress calls "self-aggrandizement and puffery."

Those attorneys must be awfully busy.
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