DOJ

Fox News Misreports New IRS Emails, Claims Opposite Of What Happened
Gretchen Carlson continued the Fox News rampage on the IRS, but distorted the story by reporting the opposite of what actually happened. Read more...
Three Dems Ask To Meet With Holder To Discuss Prosecuting Mortgage Fraud
A new watchdog report that said the FBI ranked mortgage fraud as a low threat after the height of the financial crisis. Read more...
Spineless Democrats Killed Obama's Civil Rights Nomination
If every nominee to the DOJ or the courts was blocked for practicing law and defending the U.S. constitution, there would be no qualified nominees. Read more...
Jeff Sessions Cites Lady Gaga To Attack Marijuana Legalization
Sen. Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III (R-AL) was not pleased with President Obama's recent remarks to The New Yorker that marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol. Read more...
President’s Review Group Hints NSA Acting As A Domestic Security Service
So is the NSA taking the lead on certain issues that are primarily domestic? Inquiring minds want to know. Read more...

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Rihanna, Jamie Dimon, And Hillary
It isn’t just legislation, appointments, and elections that will be needed to take on Wall Street. We’re going to have to remind people of why they need to be shamed for what they have done. Read more...
Former F.B.I. Agent Pleads Guilty In Leak
Former FBI agent Donald Sachtleben has agreed to plead guilty to the unauthorized disclosure of secret government information about a bomb plot, the Justice Department says. Read more...
Department Of Justice: States Decide On Pot Use
Seattle's KING 5 News reports that states can now let people use marijuana, license people to grow it and even allow adults to stroll into stores and buy it — as long as the weed is kept away from kids, the black market and federal property. Read more...
Never a bad time for a good scandal! Judicial Watch trumpets the claim that the DOJ "organized" the protests in Florida over the Trayvon Martin murder and Stand Your Ground laws. Except they didn't. Read more...
Eliot Spitzer, former Governor and Attorney General for the State of New York, talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about the so-called revolving door between the public and private spheres. Read more...