Ed Driscoll

ACORN Suspends Input Of New Clients

Jeffrey H. Birnbaum of the Washington Times writes:

ACORN, calling the actions of some of its employees “indefensible,” has suspended advising new clients as part of its service programs and is setting up an independent review to see what happened.

ACORN chief executive Bertha Lewis said in a written statement that she was “ordering a halt to any new intakes into ACORN’s service programs until completion of an independent review.”

How bad is the heat on what Rich Lowry calls The E. F. Hutton of Prostitution” right now? Even Jon Stewart is making fun of them — and the MSM who’ve been asleep at the wheel on this story for partisan reasons.

Elsewhere, Ace of Spades has your headline (not to mention photo) of the day: “Hannah Giles Poses in Hot Pants — And Also, NYC Freezes ACORN Funding”

(Via, appropriately enough, James O’Keefe and Big Government.)