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  • Ted Cruz at Gun Rally
    Abbott urges Senate to act on federal agencies imposing their will on citizens
    The head of the U.S. Senate heard from Texas Governor Greg Abbott today regarding the Department of Justice (DOJ) practice of pressuring banks to cancel accounts on businesses for political reasons. Governor Abbott sent a letter to Senate Majority...
  • 500 pounds of explosives stolen by suspected crime ring
    500 pounds of explosives stolen from train by suspected crime ring
    Americans stand in line for pat-downs and purse dumps at U.S. airports in the name of security, meanwhile 500 pounds of volatile explosives go missing from a CSX cargo train bound for Detroit and it barely makes the news. Yesterday, CBS broke the...
  • Veteran Washington Post author/journalist predicts Hillary's indictment
    Veteran Washington Post author/journalist predicts Hillary's indictment
    Veteran former Washington Post journalist and noted author Ronald Kessler has written 20 non-fiction books on intelligence and current events. Guesting on the Newsmax TV show hosted by Steve Malzberg Friday, he flatly said it is a “strong...
  • Mexican drug lord "El Chapo" captured
    Mexican drug lord "El Chapo" captured
    “El Chapo” Guzman, the world's most wanted drug lord has been captured for a third time Friday. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto announced the capture writing in his Twitter account: "mission accomplished: we have him....
  • Chain of national universities agrees to record fine
    Local Denver University included in record settlement with Department of Justice
    In a press release dated November 16, The Justice Department announced a settlement with Education Management Corporation (EDMC) in which the corporation will pay nearly $100 million to make amends for its predatory recruitment practices. EDMC is...
  • Camp Verde Court
    Arizona judge strikes Obama justice department’s attempt to join in water rights
    In a rebuke to the Obama Department of Justice, an Arizona judge ordered some water rights owners to proceed in negotiations over water rights, without the federal government intervening. Six hundred and fifty water rights owners along the Verde...
  • AG Eric Holder
    Former AG Eric Holder believes DOJ can reach deal with Edward Snowden
    Former Attorney General Eric Holder said today that Edward Snowden could possibly reach a deal with the Department of Justice. Holder on Monday spoke to Yahoo News about the former NSA contractor saying the deal would allow him to return to the...
  • Airline industry
    DOJ subpoenas airlines over keeping ticket costs high
    Department of Justice officials announced on Wednesday that they are investigating possible collusion among major airlines to limit available seats that keeps airfares high. Department of Justice officials sent subpoenas to several airlines as...
  • alsharpton
    Sharpton calls for federalization of local cops, DoJ answers call
    He's been called Barack Obama's go-to guy as well as the effectual race ambassador for the Oval Office. Whatever unofficial tag has been bestowed to Al Sharpton by the legacy media, few argue that the New York City-based community...
  • Eric Holder waves goodbye to the Justice Department
    Eric Holder gets his wish and bids farewell to the Justice Department
    After more than six years on the job, Attorney General Eric Holder finally said farewell to the Justice Department on Friday. His successor Loretta Lynch has been waiting nearly six month for a confirmation vote by the Senate which she finally got...
  • Medical Marijuana Protest
    Congress to DoJ: Stop going after patients and dispensaries
    Congress thought they were being pretty clear when they said that the Department of Justice may not use any funds to prevent states from "implementing their own State laws that authorize the use, distribution, possession, or cultivation of...
  • Senator Menendez ppleads not guilty to charges
    Menendez pleads not guilty
    Senator Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) today defied the Department of Justice. Yesterday a federal grand jury indicted Menendez and his friend on 22 counts of bribery, conspiracy, and "honest services fraud." To those charges he pleaded not...
  • Apples in autumn
    A few bad apples
    The rift between police and the citizens they are charged to protect has been growing faster than ever in the past couple years. It's not that police practices have changed all that much lately. It's just that there is more reporting being...
  • John Shaw
    Ferguson hit with another resignation after release of scathing DOJ report
    Just days after a Ferguson municipal Judge resigned, Ferguson City Manager John Shaw announced his resignation on Tuesday and was immediately accepted by the city council unanimously. Shaw was heavily criticized by the Justice Department report,...
  • Darin Wilson
    DOJ exonerates Darin Wilson and debunks “Hands up, don’t shoot.”
    Just hours ago, Eric Holder released the full investigation on the Michael Brown shooting, and the Ferguson Police Department investigation. While the Department of Justice found a laundry list of wrongdoing by the Ferguson Police Department, in...
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