Wikileaks and the Limits of Law and Patience
The ongoing de facto declassification of hundreds of thousands of formerly secret documents by Wikileaks and it’s leader, the androgynous accused sex offender Julian Assange, has received a lot of attention in the past weeks. After being generally unconcerned when military secrets were revealed in the first document dump which was accompanied by the launch of the website Collateral Murder the press and the Administration | Read More »
It Looked Different Back in 1975
If Eric Holder is confirmed as Attorney General, I have a suggestion for a venue for his swearing in. The historic Fraunces Tavern in Manhattan. Of course, it looked a lot different in 1975.
No On Eric Holder
I’ve said earlier that I think a president, any president, is entitled to his own team. The exception to that would be cases where the individual has taken actions which conclusively demonstrates that he so lacks in character, judgment, or temperament that he should be disqualified. Eric Holder, former Deputy Attorney General under Bill Clinton, will begin confirmation hearings on or about January 15 to | Read More »
Eric Holder is the new AG
Because nothing says Change like a Clinton Administration hack. Besides now we get to find out how Marc Rich got his pardon.