The tributes to the late Charlie Norwood are rolling in, here and elsewhere. I’ve written a piece about him myself for Human Events and for Townhall, and below are links to a few other memoriae:
From John Fund, in today’s OpinionJournal:
I remember Mr. Norwood as a friendly but tough-talking dentist who always drilled through to the heart of a problem. When unions complained of Bush administration efforts to require them to fill out more extensive disclosure forms on their expenditures and political activities, Mr. Norwood was adamant in his role as chairman of the Workforce Protections subcommittee in the House. “If we are going to have more corporate disclosure in order to force companies to be more transparent and accountable, why should unions get off the hook,” he told me in 2003. “What’s fair is fair.”
Here are Demonbeck and shep1975 (and more Shep1975); Adam has several links and summaries here. And, if you want to get your blood pressure up, here’s a snippet from the liberal HuffPo, which is more than a bit on the vitriolic side.