[Congressional Record: July 31, 2001 (Senate)]
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Mr. REID. I would just say, Madam President, quickly, that I
appreciate very much the prayer of the Chaplain today mentioning Jim
Ziglar. When he came to the Senate he had been a long-time friend of
the majority leader, Senator Lott. A lot of us were somewhat anxious
that he would be an extreme partisan. Senator Lott did very well in
choosing Jim Ziglar.
Jim Ziglar has a brilliant mind. He has an outstanding law school
record. And he served as a clerk in the U.S. Supreme Court to Justice
Blackmun. He was in the private sector where he did extremely well. As
Sergeant at Arms, he was an exemplary member of the Senate family. I
know that as the leader of the Immigration and Naturalization Service
he will bring vigor and intelligence and responsibility to that most
So I appreciate very much the prayer of the Chaplain today mentioning
Jim Ziglar, who has become a friend to all of us.
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