Tag Archives | department of justice

Will the front-line guardians of our liberty be sent to the back of the line on Election Day?

My latest post on Newsreal Blog. Kudos to Congress for passing the Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act (MOVE) to remedy whatever apathetic sloppiness forced 17000 military voters to step aside for identity thieves, felons, and illegal aliens in the 2008 election – to the eternal gratitude, I’m sure, of Senator Al Franken of Minnesota.  […]

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Immigration ruling: Arizona pipsqueaks were meddling in federal business

Okay, new developments in the Arizona immigration debate. This is my overall impression: Federal busybodies back east, led by President Obama, were scandalized that Arizona law enforcement were doing crazy things like enforcing the law. So after conferring with the president of Mexico they took the matter to a federal judge. And today we have a ruling: Obama was right. Those local pipsqueaks have […]

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Whistle-blower’s former colleagues confirm bias at the Department of Justice

 Well, those who dismissed former Justice Department Attorney, J. Christian Adams, because he is white and conservative, may want to revisit his accusation of bias at the Department of Justice (DOJ).  Pajama’s Media has obtained sworn affidavits from two of Adams’ former colleagues, and they’re backing him up. Adams said that DOJ lawyers were told to ignore subpoenas from the Civil Rights […]

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Dave Weigel to Megyn Kelly: Stop obsessing about DOJ favoritism

Dave Weigel is annoyed that Fox News’ Megyn Kelly keeps asking why the Department of Justice (DOJ) inexplicably dismissed a voter intimidation case involving a club-wielding, violence-fomenting  New Black Panther Party (NBPP) member, King Samir Shabazz. According to his piece in the Atlantic yesterday, Weigel needs help understanding “Kelly’s obsession with the current NBPP.” So I […]

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