Alberto Gonzales Nabs Teaching Job

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.