Attorney General Eric Holder tours the country proclaiming that he has “reinvigorated” the Civil Rights Division, compared to the Bush years. Reporters never ask precisely what he means. And the American people might not like the the answer.
Holder really means adopting outside-activist agendas far beyond the American legal mainstream. Read More
Eric Holder’s Justice Department has targeted Republican Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration as part of a rushed investigation into whether Louisiana is complying with federal voting laws. Undercover investigators have flooded the state to interview welfare recipients to determine if state welfare offices are urging them to register to vote. Read More
- Rep. Chris Lee, R-N.Y., has resigned after allegations of trolling for women on Craigslist, including sending a shirtless picture of himself. Looks like the White House banned shirtless photos of Obama just in time. Read More
Worse than a hypocrite is a hypocrite in government office. President Barack Obama’s Department of Justice has plenty of hypocrites. Nowhere are they more apparent than when they attack the voting-rights record of President George W. Bush’s Justice Department. Civil Rights Division Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez has become the department’s lead bamboozler. “During the prior administration, civil rights was closed for business,” he told a Pittsburgh crowd last week. Read More
Here’s your weekend reading assignment. The Washington Post has a lengthy investigation into the decision making process at the Justice Department following their controversial decision not to pursue charges against the New Black Panthers for brandishing weapons at a polling place. Read More
Nobody knows with certainty how many illegal votes were cast in the 2008 presidential and congressional elections, but odds are the total was in the millions, thanks to systematic vote fraud campaigns by leftist groups such as ACORN and mis-guided laws that allow individuals to register and vote on the same day. Read More
A trial attorney with the Department of Justice’s Voting Rights Section has resigned, citing concerns about the government’s refusal to prosecute a case involving voter intimidation by the New Black Panther Party. A letter of resignation obtained by The Washington Examiner from a former Justice Department employee makes clear DOJ has refused to allow attorneys in the Voting Rights Section to testify before the congressionally-chartered bipartisan U.S. Read More