National Review’s Andrew McCarthy joins Ben Domenech to discuss Kavanaugh, FISA abuse, and the excuses coming out of the DOJ.
A letter from four congressmen demanding Russia probe documents remain secret raises some important questions about where abuse of power is really happening in the Trump administration.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is reportedly on his way out at the Justice Department.
Highlighted by an original Ben Folds song about Rod Rosenstein, the WaPo feature offers a play, some poetry, some illustrations, a graphic novel, and tote bag from a 2011 PBS drive.
Reporting on Bruce Ohr suggests DOJ and FBI employees operated outside the chain of command and concealed evidence from congressional oversight committees.
This timing and number of interviews suggest the third unnamed agent had worked with Strzok and Page to devise a way to obtain intel from Christopher Steele after the FBI officially dismissed him as a source.
Peter Strzok came under fire for sending text messages promising to ‘stop’ Donald Trump before he became president, while leading the investigation into his campaign.
One of things we learned from Rod Rosenstein is that there’s still no evidence of ‘collusion.’ But that didn’t stop MSM outlets from finding some anyway.
No Americans have been charged in the DNC hack, and there is no evidence Russia altered the outcome of the election.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and others embarrassed by DOJ’s actions are shielded by the never-ending nature of the investigation.
Rod Rosenstein claimed under oath that he never threatened to subpoena congressional staff, but DOJ statements to Fox News and CNN suggest otherwise.
The 2016 Russia scandal is, in many ways, the mirror image of the Watergate scandal. Like a mirror image, what might appear to be a reflection is actually an inverted and opposite image.
The House passed a resolution Thursday demanding the Justice Department comply with requests for thousands of sensitive documents.
The Justice Department inspector general report about the FBI reveals a shocking anti-Trump, pro-Hillary bias endemic to the agency’s related investigations.
Americans have a right to be skeptical about the foundations of the Russia collusion investigation after this report.
There is no indication of collusion, but there is evidence Rod Rosenstein’s appointment of a special counsel violated the Constitution, federal regulations, and his authority.
Sen. Grassley has requested all communications between a Justice Department official and Christopher Steele, who put together an infamous dossier on Trump.
Sen. Charles Grassley, the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, sent a seven-page, single-spaced letter posing 16 questions to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Federal officials have provided more information to reporters at New York Times and Washington Post than they have in response to a congressional subpoena.
White House and congressional officials told The Federalist that the White House does not support DOJ obstruction of a congressional subpoena related to the 2016 Russia investigations.
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