Posts Tagged ‘eric holder’

Just Playin’


The Black Panthers explain why they committed acts of voter intimidation and how they got away with it. Our government let these guys off for breaking the law, but they’re filing suit against the state of Arizona for upholding the law. Discuss amongst yourselves.

Mice Will Play


The case is dropped after the hater is convicted. Why does Eric Holder walk away from the win? Congress has sought answers from the Department about why the Black Panther case was dismissed. The Department has repeatedly claimed the “facts and law” did not support the case — which of course is false. Others have […]

No Reading


When my brother Doug was learning to read, he was befuddled by the highway abbreviation for North Reading as we drove by on Route 128. Doug figured out, eventually, that the sign was not a command – “Dad, how come there’s No Reading?” – but it’s amazing how many others didn’t. The first person who […]

The Hate Agenda


First it was Attorney General Eric Holder, and he was followed by Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano. Now, it’s PJ Crowley of the State Department. The haters love to talk about how devastating the Arizona immigration law is, but they can’t be bothered to read it. Reading it is not necessary, because they’re pushing an […]

al Qaeda Seven


Controversial ad targets Eric Holder for hiring lawyers who advocated for terrorists during the Bush years. Senator Charles Grassley last month pushed Holder to identify any lawyers who had represented detainees, and the Department said last month that nine Justice Department appointees filled that category — but he refused to name those whose work hadn’t […]

Bad Decision


It is hard to figure out why the White House wants to bring some terrorists to New York City for trial, while others will face military tribunals at Gitmo. Can it be that this is just a bone to appease liberals, angry at President Obama for pursuing policies so similar to those they spent years […]

The evidence seems overwhelming. U.S. civil rights leaders today said an increase in hate crimes committed against Hispanics and people perceived to be immigrants in recent years “correlates closely” to the nation’s increasingly contentious debate over immigration, faulting anti-immigrant rhetoric in the media and extremist group mobilization on the Internet. Correlations are powerful things. The […]



Was Ted Stevens driven from office in a scam prosecution? The Justice Department plans to drop all charges against former Sen. Ted Stevens, the 85-year old Alaska Republican convicted last year of lying on Senate financial disclosure forms to conceal hundreds of thousands of dollars in gifts and home renovations from a businessman, according to […]