Deep-state partisans cobbled together the Trump-Russia collision narrative based on a meeting facilitated by Obama’s DOJ. You might call that entrapment.
Multiple reports have surfaced that indicate she allegedly attempted to influence the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server.
The attorney general's behavior made the FBI director queasy. It should have; she was colluding with Hillary Clinton. So why no special prosecutor?
In Thursday’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, former FBI Director James Comey confirmed that Trump is not the focus of an FBI counter-intelligence investigation
James Comey was fired for looking, acting and sounding like James Comey.
Former Obama national security advisor Susan Rice repeatedly ordered the unmasking of Trump transition officials in non-Russia related intelligence intercepts.
FBI Director Comey confirmed an investigation of collusion with Russian officials by Roger Stone and Paul Manafort, and that 9 current and former Obama officials committed serious felonies by leaking classified information.
Obama could protect everyone in mutually beneficial back-scratching. But they unexpectedly lost the White House, and the protections that came with it.
As the polls continue to tighten in the direction of Trump the shrillness and alarmism among the Clintonites is almost amusing to watch.
Thomas Jefferson said “The most sacred of the duties of government [is] to do equal and impartial justice to all its citizens.” Are our Attorney Generals failing?
FBI Director Comey provides proof positive that Democrats like Hillary Clinton and their wealthy pals can ignore inconvenient customs, rules and laws while the rest of the peasants cannot. The same is true for Wall Street crooks. But we knew that.
James Comey can be a hero with the New York Times, or he can see his career and reputation destroyed. It's a tough call, and in the end, will it even matter?
WASHINGTON, March 8, 2016 – U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch asked to be removed from consideration to be the next Supreme Court Justice. DOJ spokeswoman Melanie Newman made the announcement in a statement early Tuesday. “The attorney general determined that the limitations inherent in the nomination process would curtail her effectiveness in her current role.” ...