This was a fascinating and important piece of television.
Back in May, Brendan Nyhan used historical and statistical analysis to presciently conclude that for the hitherto untainted Obama White House, "the first Obama scandal is likely to arrive sooner than most people think." Now, the dual imbroglios
From the moment he entered the White House, President Obama's attitude towards the crime, corruption and politicization of the Bush Justice Depart
While Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) has deemed the Sestak no-pay-for-no-play non-scandal an "illegal quid pro quo" and "Obama's Watergate," the overwhe
For most people, former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is a national embarrassment, a pimple on the ass of American history. But to hear him tell
This has been long overdue. From Murray Waas: In an appointment that senior Justice Department officials say demonstrates the Obama administratio
It took two years, but it finally happened - thanks to an agreement with the White House that deposing Rove would not infringe on executive privilege.
"Senator, that I don't recall remembering." With those six words uttered during the furor over his purge of U.S. prosecutors, former Attorney Genera
Murray Waas has a fascinating piece in the new Atlantic about Dan Bogden, the onetime U.S. Attorney from Nevada who got shoved out by the Rove Crew:
Murray Waas reports that Rove is apparently being cooperative with investigators in both the U.S. attorneys case and the Gov. Don Siegalman case: Kar
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