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Jerry Nadler & His Predetermined Outcome

There is a lot of wiggle-room that was provided to partisan politicians in Robert Mueller’s statement, a statement made of the US Department of Justice even as he refused to voluntarily speak in front of Congress. Of course, that wiggle-room will super-charge the “I see Bigfoot” impeachment crowd. But there are a few problems with their foaming at the mouth ...

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Finally, Someone Serious Has Said the Word: Treason

Today, sensationalistic rhetoric is cheap in American politics. There isn’t a day that goes by when the most outrageous words are used in completely opportunistic ways in attempts to hobble the political opposition. Just last week House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (P-CA), called for President Trump’s family and inner-circle to execute an “intervention”, a term used for interceding with drug addicts ...

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Ahab Mueller Continues to Chase President Trump

I frankly don’t know how President Trump gets anything accomplished in the White House. What with the noise created by dominoes falling and the screeching of walls closing in due to Ahab Mueller’s investigation, it must be impossible to hear yourself think. On the plus side, the background din does make it that much harder for disgruntled employees to surreptitiously ...

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Rubio Breaks from Trump: DOJ ‘Didn’t do Anything Wrong’ with Carter Page Surveillance

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fl.) argued Sunday that the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) warrants to surveil former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page were justified. Rubio’s comments break from President Trump earlier on Sunday who claimed the DOJ documents prove his campaign was being spied upon. Appearing on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Rubio said the Department of Justice and FBI did nothing “wrong” ...

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Keeping Freedom of the Press

Standing with Fox News Across the dial reporters are speaking out about the invasion of privacy the Department of Justice perpetrated against a Fox Investigative reporter James Rosen and the Fox News Network. This news comes less than a week after the AP reported that their phone records had been seized by the DoJ. Finally. At long last, reporters are ...

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Racists Refuse to Let Holder “Be Clear”

Attorney General Eric Holder is in the hot seat today and he seems to be melting. I’ve been watching it for hours so you don’t have to and I’ve condensed his answers into two sentences that will give you the gist of his testimony. And remember, he’s under oath. “Let me be very very very very very very very very ...

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Do Not Let Them Intimidate You.

The mood was somber on the Morning Joe set at MSNBC this morning. Their high hopes for this administration have been dashed leaving the crew shaking their heads in sadness. The growing scandals, followed by attempted cover-ups, lies and bullying by the Obama administration were more than even they could justify. The few attempts to explain away the actions of ...

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If The Boston Terrorist Was a “Mazel Tov” Cheering Jew, He Would Have Been Executed Immediately

    Let’s just stop all the PC nonsense and bull and state the truth: If the two Islamic terrorist scumbags were not Islamists, but “Mazel Tov” cheering Jews or Bible-bearing Christians, the living bomber and his terror-supporting cohorts would have been placed before a firing squad by now on the grounds of racism, hate, terror, and intolerable biblical religious ...

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Anonymous takes credit for attack on DOJ website

As a show of support for recently deceased Reddit founder Aaron Swartz, hacker group Anonymous has claimed responsibility for hacking into the Department of Justice’s Sentencing Commission website. The DOJ Sentencing Commission website, www.ussc.gov went dark Saturday morning after a hacking attack by a group of hackers identifying themselves as Anonymous. The group has taken credit for several online attacks ...

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Congressman Issa Responds To DOJ’s Request to Dismiss Fast and Furious Legal Action

Congressman Darrell Issa issued the following statement via the Committee On Oversight and Governmental Reform in response to the Department of Justice’s motion to dismiss Congress’ suit to gain access to information documents: “The Obama Administration’s argument should trouble Americans who believe the President and the Federal government are not above the law. In perpetuating a cover-up, through false and ...

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How Many Lies DOJ?

Remember the New Black Panthers? In 2008 two of its members were filmed at a polling entrance with billy clubs and accused of acting in an intimidating manner. The Bush administration brought them up on charges but the Obama administration under Attorney General Eric Holder decided to drop the charges due to lack of evidence. During a Congressional Hearing it ...

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Should Police Entrance Physicals Be Gender Fair?

If men and women are competing for the same job should they take the same entrance physicals? What if the job requires that person to confront dangerous subjects? What if the job requires that person to protect the lives of citizens? Should there be a less rigorous test for one subset of society? In an effort to maintain equality should ...

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Virginia Governor McDonnell Signs Voter ID Bill & Challenges Obama Justice Department

WASHINGTON, May 18, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Republican National Lawyers Association (RNLA) today issued the following statement concerning the voter identification legislation signed by Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell: “Governor McDonnell’s signature of this voter ID bill is a step in the right direction for the Commonwealth of Virginia and sends a message that the integrity of each and every vote matters,” said Michael Thielen, executive director of the ...

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Eric Holder Spanked by Congress

The US House of Representatives passed H.R. 5326, a bill providing funds for the Justice Department and other agencies in 2013 in a 247-163 vote on Thursday. Several amendments attached to the bill provide a major spanking for Attorney General Eric Holder. In addition to reducing his budget by one million dollars, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) offered an amendment which ...

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