An oxymoron is a phrase that doesn't match. Like Jumbo Shrimp. Hillary Clinton defining indictment is a liberal oxymoron. Makes little sense.
Trump says he can't be indicted, but it doesn't matter; he can pardon himself if he is. Is that claim as bizarre as it sounds? When Nixon resigned the presidency, one of the first acts of the newly inaugurated President Ford was to grant a presidential pardon for anything he might have done during his presidency.
The indictment shows that it is easier to attack our basic freedoms of free speech and right to assemble from within. It is easier to use students at Berkley, or marchers in Chicago, or inauguration protestors in Washington. It is easier to destroy a society when College Professors speak words of hate and anarchy.
Voting our fears is like fighting the darkness; voting our hopes is like lighting candles. Voting our fears is no way to build a future of hope and of light.
The key to Hillary's freedom in this case and no doubt going forward is the fact that she never intended to commit a crime. They gave her the old lady defense of "she just didn't get it."
She was careless, negligent, incompetent and irresponsible, but she didn't do anything criminal enough for indictment—this is a clear victory for Hillary.
When St. Louis prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced last night that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted, he raised more questions than he answered.
The malice murder charge could lead to a death penalty. The charges imply that the death of Cooper was premeditated, deliberate and pre-planned.
WASHINGTON, August 25, 2014 – Public officials in Ferguson and in Missouri are planning for the unthinkable: Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot Michael Brown, may not be indicted by a grand jury or charged by the DA’s office. Support for Officer Wilson has been growing over the last week. Two Facebook pages that ...
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Critical Conversations brings CDN Expert writers and guests together to talk about the Rick Perry indictment, the ongoing question of militarized police and the threat of Isis in America.
WASHINGTON, August 19, 2014 — Due to a judicial scheduling conflict, Texas District Judge Burt Richardson on Monday revised the arraignment date for Gov. Rick Perry from August 29 to August 22. Perry is not required under Texas law to attend the hearing, though he may choose to do so. The Travis County District Court ...
Perry dismissed the charges as “nakedly political”. He also said he would not hesitate to execute a veto under the same circumstances again.
Lehmberg was arrested on a drunk-driving charge in April, 2013, after being caught by Austin police with an open bottle of vodka in the front seat of her car. Was this a one time oops or a pattern of drinking?
The indictment alleges that D'Souza reimbursed $20,000 to "straw donors" that he asked to donate to a U.S. Senate campaign D'Souza was charged in the indictment with one count of making illegal contributions in the names of others, and one count of causing false statements to be made.
Conservative filmmaker, commentator, and best-selling author Dinesh D'Souza was indicted by a Manhattan federal grand jury Thursday on charges that he made arrangements to give excessive contributions to a candidate for U.S. Senate.