Given that there's been essentially no congressional oversight in six years and way more than six years worth of wrongdoing have occured, there's no shortage of things to investigate. But following up on the piece about the US government, under President Bush, paying US-based reporters to write anti-Castro copy, this is one investigation I'm really eager to see: a full and detailed catalog of which journalists the US government has had on the take during the last six years.
In a way what's most telling is that it doesn't even appear to be part of one program. I doubt very much that the same bureaucrats and appointees were paying these anti-Castro guys as were paying Armstrong Williams to yap about No Child Left Behind. Or Maggie Gallagher about pre-marital sex, or whatever it was they paid her to do.
It's like a culture of propaganda that has suffused the whole administration. And the specific instances we've found out about all appear to have been revealed by specific investigations or random squealers. And that suggests that once subpoenas get handed out, we'll find out about a lot more.