Alberto Gonzales resigned two years ago as President Bush’s embattled attorney general, but it looks like he’s no longer out of work. Gonzales has lined up a teaching job at Texas Tech University for the fall, according to sources. He’ll be teaching a “special topics” course on the executive branch in the university’s political science, according to a member of the department. Gonzales was much maligned during the controversies over illegal federal wiretapping and the alleged politically motivated dismissal of several U.S. attorneys.
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