Tag: Jeff Sessions

It Didn’t Happen Overnight…

It Didn’t Happen Overnight…

Corruption, Current Affairs, Government, Legal
It took three Attorney Generals who failed America to quash the respect and trust Americans had in the Department of Justice - hardly an overnight process. First we had Obama's Eric Holder, a man whose past was literally permeated in controversy - from the Columbia University violent takeover in the Seventies to his many questionable cases throughout his law career. Hardly a reputable man but got his job because who would dare buck a president where everything he did got a free pass because of his race. During Holder's time, he participated in various odious affairs like Fast and Furious, which proved to us, the DOJ was politicized and nothing more than a muscle strong arm of a derelict administration. Not the stuff integrity, honor or law-abiding situations are made of and hardly no...
Is Jeff Sessions letting America down?

Is Jeff Sessions letting America down?

Current Affairs, Legal
Katherine Robertson's opinion in the Conservative Review seems to feel that AG Sessions 'cares too much for the country to step down...' yadda yadda yadda. Dripping with honey-filled goo, the writer goes into how President Trump is making a 'big mistake' to even consider replacing is new Attorney General, even though Sessions has done practically nothing of the President's agenda since entering his position. How can we all forget the injustice we face with the Clintons getting away with RICO violations, pay-to-play politics, Russian uranium deals and, of course, the big email server scandal yet to be brought to task? With such a banquet of criminality, one would think Sessions and his colleagues at the DOJ wouldn't have to look far to scrounge up busy work; yet, nothing has even begu...
Has Comey Crossed The Line This Time?

Has Comey Crossed The Line This Time?

Corruption, Current Affairs, Leaks & Whistleblowers
For someone whose sworn to uphold the rule of Law, former FBI Director James Comey has certainly seem to throw caution to the winds with his hat tricks and bamboozle whistles. In his infamous testimony after being terminated from the Bureau, Comey touted that he leaked information to the New York Times through an emissary. This, while stunning, held all the earmarks that contradict everything he ever said about Julian Assange or Edward Snowden - but also made him look like just another disgruntled ex-employee with proverbial axes to grind. While it's not the best form to can someone while they're out of town, much less having them received notice through a news broadcast they've been unceremoniously fired, the Comey situation was acutely different, given his proximity in DC to ve...
Espionage: Why is Big Jim walking the Streets?

Espionage: Why is Big Jim walking the Streets?

Current Affairs, Legal
It's always sad when someone believes he's above the law -- without justifiable merit... In his Senate Judiciary Hearing, private citizen James Comey admitted to purposefully leaking information through an intermediary to the press about his meetings with President Trump - all privileged information and not property of his own, contrary to his belief. His justification was because he  was "uncomfortable" around the President and he wanted a Special Counsel appointed. While its ironic that he used to head the FBI where leakers were supposed to be investigated, Comey thinks he's above the law somehow. Why? At this point, we don't know, but one thing is for sure, he is a sick twist to believe there's any justification for his actions - no matter how disgruntled he is for his unceremonio
Should the DOJ back off the Marijuana Issue?

Should the DOJ back off the Marijuana Issue?

Current Affairs, Legal
In recent years, many states have legalized medicinal marijuana for patients suffering from a host of disabilities and ailments. It is a natural way to deal with pain unlike the highly addictive opioids which we all know are dangerous and can cause irreparable damage - both physically and emotionally. Plus, many states like Colorado and Washington, have legalized the recreational use of cannabis. Recently, the Department of Justice issued a statement they were going to go after marijuana after the free pass from the Eric Holder days. The question is, with all the crime going on with politicians, leakers and the Clintons, why would the DOJ concern itself with something so miniscule as marijuana witch hunting? Doesn't this make the public wonder why such an unpopular pursuit is being reig
LIBERALS: Playing Politics at the Expense of Americans’ Lives

LIBERALS: Playing Politics at the Expense of Americans’ Lives

Corruption, Government, Issues, Trump News, White House News
Yesterday, Senators like Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Chuck Schumer (D-NY) made fools of themselves as they continued to misinform anyone who would listen to them through crocodile tears and flat out lies about what the US Constitution contains. However, here's a question all people should be asking themselves about these two malcontents: If they were that concerned about the US Constitution, then why aren't they in DC, voting on the confirmations that are in dire need for our government to function? It would seem if they were really that concerned about the people who voted for them, then they would be in DC doing their jobs instead of out there trying to incite riots and protests. Sedition is against the law. And if standing on a chair with a megaphone screaming falsehoods isn't seditio...
The Vilification of Donald Trump

The Vilification of Donald Trump

Election News, Trump News
By Thornton Crowe I guess he's pretty mad...because in 1988, Trump said he wouldn't run for president unless he got really upset with the way the country was being run... In this election over the last weekend, the world has become an onslaught of in-fighting within the GOP, reaching epic proportions with all the ugliness and slander of a gangland fight in Brooklyn. In the center of all the controversy is two candidates that have very different agendas, but when it comes to their opponent, Donald Trump, they have unleashed a vilification that is so Machiavellian it is revolting and turning off voters - not only from them but also, the GOP in general. We have grown up with Trump. He has been in our lives with much regularity and we are all familiar with him - like him or not. His c...