Will Lorreta Lynch Be the Next DNC AG?

The Senate Judiciary Committee voted today to report Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch out of committee and to the floor.

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More Hypocrisy on the Government Takeover of the Internet

President Obama’s unprecedented attempts at a government takeover of the Internet have another element, Hypocrisy.

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More Politicizing DOJ? Strange DAPA Response.

Former RNLA law student leader and current South Texas College of Law Professor Josh Blackman has done a couple of fascinating blog posts regarding the “DAPA decision” halting President Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration.  In one post Blackman asks:  What is the Administration Thinking about its DAPA Appeal?! .  Blackman writes:

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Reactions and Further Details on Obama's Overreach on DAPA

The political landscape was shaken yesterday in a Court decision that was a major defeat for the Obama Administration. 

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CREW’s Nefarious Aims and Intentions

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) doesn’t like playing defense. After FEC Commissioner Lee E. Goodman slammed the agitprop group for a speech-stifling proposal during last week’s FEC hearing, indignation ensued. In short order, the self-styled “watchdog” produced an umbrage-taking blog post and tweet.

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Felon Voting: Another Example of the Politicization of DOJ

Hans A. von Spakovsky, former Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights at the Department of Justice, and Roger Clegg, former Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice, have written a fascinating Legal Memorandum on Felon Voting.  While part of the Legal Memorandum discusses a specific bill, it makes some very important larger points on felon voting. 

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The Difference Between Republicans and Democrats on Election Administration

Just like President Obama’s nomination of the completely unqualified Matthew Butler to the Federal Election Assistance Commission, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe recently nominated Matthew Gray to the Virginia Board of Elections. 

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Obama Own Justice Department Proves He is Lying

Two former Justice Department employees under President George W. Bush have written articles this week that point out President Obama lied in his state of the union.  President Obama said in his State of the Union stated:

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Is Senator Whitehouse Just a Hypocrite or Something Worse

Senator Sheldon Whitehouse attacked the second day of the Loretta Lynch hearings for examining the record of Eric Holder.  Holder’s Justice Department is one of the most political in history and we have only scratched the surface of what may be going on during his tenure.  It seems relevant to examine if Lynch has the ability and desire to address these many serious and deep problems.  As Chairman Grassley responded:

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The House Lawsuit is Essential in Saving Congress' Power of the Purse

Professor Ronald Rotunda has written an outstanding article on the US House’s lawsuit against the President.  Rotunda begins by asking a simple question if this lawsuit is so frivolous as its detractors claim, why are they putting on so much effort into stopping a law firm from representing the House?

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