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The SEC inspector general said Tuesday than instead of firing any of the 28 agency employees caught downloading copious amounts of porn on government computers, the SEC merely reprimanded some, briefly suspended others, and let eight retire. This "porn scandal" is a well-timed reminder of the "corruption in the federal government," says Martha Zoller in Human Events, as Congress is busy beating up Wall Street. Odd, isn't it, says James Gordon Meek in the New York Daily News, that a months-old scandal resurfaces right after the SEC hit Goldman Sachs — "political payback," anyone? Watch Jon Stewart's take on the SEC's porn problem: