John Hudson looks at all the dirty bits:

Regulators in charge of overseeing offshore drilling cruised porn sites, shook off crystal meth hangovers, and accepted lavish gifts from oil and gas companies, according to an Interior Department report. The agency at issue is the Minerals Management Service. At its Louisiana branch, where the Gulf oil spill continues to cause an environmental catastrophe, the inspector general found "a culture where the acceptance of gifts from oil and gas companies was widespread."

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