Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane (D) is getting indicted AGAIN.
Does this woman even understand what an Attorney General does? Seriously, the point of the job is to help fight crime. Not commit crime. Anyway, it’s yet another perjury charge, and this is the really entertaining bit: “[t]he new charge Thursday stems from evidence found during an execution of a search warrant at her office Sept. 17.” You see: despite the fact that AG Kathleen Kane | Read More »
Some things we’re not allowed to know until after the election
If you’re wondering who the next Attorney General of the United States might be, following the departure of Eric “Stonewall” Holder, you’ll have to wait until after the elections. Senate Democrats demanded the White House keep the name under wraps until they drag themselves past the 2014 midterms. That tells you the names they’ve been hearing through back channels from the White House wouldn’t bring | Read More »
Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane’s (D) on-again, off-again blame-the-victim tactics in rape lawsuit.
PA AG Kathleen Kane (Democrat) tried to blame a rape victim for being raped, then tried to blame a subordinate for blaming the rape victim. …Charming.
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Open Thread: Primary Night in Florida and Arizona
Hey, guys. It’s primary night in Florida for several races and in Arizona for just a couple. You can check out the results as they come in at AOSHQDD.com (follow them on Twitter at @AOSHQDD), the Decision Desk of our pals at Ace of Spades. I/We will update this post throughout the evening until the races are called. This post is also an open thread. | Read More »
If You Live in Texas, Vote for Ken Paxton for Attorney General
Remember last year, when many Republicans in the Texas Legislature decided to pass a bill–supported by President Obama and Congressional Democrats at the federal level–requiring outside groups to disclose their donors to engage in political speech? Thankfully Governor Perry vetoed the bill, which would have stifled the free speech of all sorts of conservative organizations. Fast forward to the current Texas Attorney General’s race, and | Read More »
Eric Holder to be pardoned later this year?
Well, that’s the report: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will step down this year, he said in an interview with the New Yorker’s Jeffrey Toobin in the magazine’s Feb. 17 edition. In a feature article, Mr. Holder said he plans on staying in his position “well into” the year. Yeah, I probably wouldn’t want to be a Democratic executive branch official right now, either. More | Read More »
Attorney General Douglas Gansler (D) running for Brovenor* of Maryland.
You know it’s going to be good when an article about a Democratic candidate for governor starts with this paragraph: Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler said Thursday that showing up at a “beach week” party of teenagers and not investigating whether there was underage drinking was “a mistake that I made.” No kidding there, Sparky. Particularly since there’s a picture of him attentively watching | Read More »
New Mexico politics: A different standard for Attorney General King than Governor Martinez
New Mexico Attorney General (aka Aspiring Governor) Gary King stated earlier this year, if documents make there way to his office and they are not prohibited from release to the public by state law, then they are a public record subject to the normal Inspection of Public Record Act (IPRA). Explaining his office’s procedures on New Mexico in Focus AG Gary King said, “I tell | Read More »
Sneaky: Democratic Party of New Mexico uses stolen emails to their advantage
The Emails At the end of May, Jamie Estrada, was indicted on charges of unlawfully intercepting wire communications and lying to the FBI during the course of the investigation. Estrada was a campaign manager for Martinez until she let him go at the end of 2009. In late 2010 Estrada used the username and password he had available from Gov. Martinez’ website domain and directed | Read More »
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Voter Suppression in New Mexico
Update: A reader brought to my attention an error. Sandoval County also had other polling places, but these VCCs were only for the city of Rio Rancho. Other counties listed in the VCC list had other precinct polling places as well. Rio Rancho: Election day our state had what would best be called a fiasco and massive voter suppression. Rio Rancho which is north of | Read More »
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UPDATED (Video Added): White House Blocked DOJ’s Inspector General from Pursuing a Lead on Fast and Furious
By now, you’ve probably heard about the report released by Michael Horowitz, the Inspector General of the Department of Justice, that supposedly absolved Eric Holder from blame on the case. Our own Moe Lane has put up a post with his thoughts on the report. However, it has just come out that the White House blocked the Inspector General of the DOJ from pursuing a | Read More »
Fast & Furious: Why the Failure to Submit a Privilege Log is a Big Deal
…In other words, if the White House wishes to assert an executive privilege to protect the Department of Justice from turning over the documents, that privilege should have been submitted with a privilege log. Otherwise, there is no way to judge whether the privilege has been legitimately claimed.
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Eric Holder’s Biggest Fan
The eruption of alleged malfeasance by the Attorney General of the United States Eric Holder should not be a surprise to anyone. This man was a deeply flawed candidate for the post and was cheered on by Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar. This is not a tale of guilt by association or partisan sniping. This is a post about the questionable judgment exhibited by Klobuchar during | Read More »
Eric Holder – Incompetent and Delusional
by little tboca Tucker Carlson asked Holder what his comments were about the fact 53 members of Congress were calling for his resignation. Eric blew his cork and basically blamed all of us for ganging up on him. Holder accused the reporter’s bosses of trying to break him down. This is where the delusional part comes in; Eric thinks that holding the position of Attorney | Read More »