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By Carole on Jun 20, 2012
When it comes to the government's Fast and Furious gun smuggling operation, Attorney General Eric Holder is running out of places to hide. But now he has President Barack Obama aiding and abetting his efforts to keep the truth about the program from both Congress and the American people.
By Carole on Oct 11, 2011
Imagine a third-rate magician with cards falling out of his sleeves and a tired old rabbit peeking out of his torn jacket pocket. He gestures wildly toward a once beautiful assistant in a tattered old costume, his eyes betraying his desperate hope that the audience won't notice the mirrors and wires. Ladies and Gentlemen, the Not-So-Amazing Obama!
By Carole on Jun 30, 2010
The man who believes that admitted terrorists who have killed thousands should be tried in civilian court, that the US federal government should sue individual states for protecting themselves when that federal government will not and that his own country is a "nation of cowards" with regard to race has been sent to Afghanistan to foster the development of that country's justice system. (source)
By Carole on May 17, 2010
If you've ever wondered why politicians often tell gargantuous lies even though the truth is so easily revealed, you're really going to be scratching your head on this one. At a ceremony honoring veterans and senior citizens who sent presents to soldiers overseas, Connecticut Attorney General and Democratic Senate Candidate Richard Blumenthal said, "We have learned something important since the days that I served in Vietnam." He may be right about learning something but Mr. Blumenthal never served in Vietnam.
By Carole on Feb 23, 2010
How do you fast track your chances to work for the Department of Justice? Defend terrorists. After months of stalling, Attorney General Eric Holder has finally (sort of) admitted that at least nine of President Obama's appointees have either represented or advocated for Guantanamo detainees But Mr. Holder is still refusing to name any of the now DOJ lawyers who worked on behalf of terrorists except for two who were already known. (source)