Giuliani Partners “earned” (not clear whether that’s revenues or profits) $100 million, and won’t tell us from whom or for what? I don’t think so.
John Solomon and Matthew Mosk have a nice list to start with: the company that invented the OxyContin problem and a former cocaine smuggler who wanted to get homeland security contracts from the federal government, for a program that has since been abandoned. The list of employees is also impressive, including an FBI official who “collected souvenirs” from Ground Zero (that’s technically known as “looting”), a child-molesting priest, and of course Bernie Kerik.
But the main point is that the voters ought to know to whom Giuliani has been peddling his influence. We’ve seen what happens with a Vice President beholden to a former private-sector employer; do we really want to find out what it’s like to have a President beholden to a large number of secret former private-sector clients?