Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a lawsuit against the Department of Justice for records of the meeting between Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton.
The administration is still covering up for Hillary Clinton’s crimes and scapegoating others, and using the Department of Justice to help.
The Department of Justice started the New Year with a January 4, 2016 long awaited final ruling amending the BATF’s rules for NFA Firearms Trusts.
An appeal was filed Wednesday in the US Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit contesting the dismissal of a case challenging the ban on civilian ownership of machineguns…
On Wednesday; Nov. 4, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the nomination of Stuart F. Delery for the position of associate attorney general of the United States.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) announced today that it has been awarded a two-year, $2.4 million grant by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
BP, the U.S. Justice Department, and the five Gulf states made public the terms of a settlement agreement regarding the company’s role in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
A DOJ Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) “special report” shows that “firearm-related” homicides fell by 39 percent between 1993 and 2011…
I have a hard time telling my constituents in Texas that Congress is looking at passing a whole raft of new laws, when the laws that we currently have on the books are so woefully unenforced…
Congressional Fast and Furious investigators intend to audit the auditor.
Attacks by Democrat politicians and the media, coupled with a perceived lack of fortitude by the Republican leadership, has left ATF whistleblowers afraid to come forward, meaning much of the story on Fast and Furious and other abuses is being effectively suppressed.
Cam Edwards talk to Dave Workman, Seattle Gun Rights Examiner, about these two articles about Sen. Chuck Grassley’s anger with the DOJ…
Wiretap approvals show Eric Holder’s reports knew a lot more about gunwalking than he’s letting on.
The Democrats say requiring voter ID discriminates, yet they require it to get into their MA convention. Plus you never hear them complaining that requiring an ID to buy a gun is racist.
An accomplished filmmaker trying to raise funds to produce a documentary on the Fast and Furious “gunwalking” scandal got a big boost Tuesday when the project was featured on the Breitbart.com “Big Hollywood” website.
A proposed documentary on Fast and Furious “gunwalking” gives concerned gun owners a chance to help bring the truth to light, and maybe even to help make history. All they need to do is decide how important that really is to them. That’s all YOU need to do.
Why would Eric Holder’s Justice Department vigorously pursue a case not supported by evidence, and totally ignore one that is?
The Justice Department’s decision to pull out all the stops on pursuing one group for terrorist conspiracy while deliberately ignoring another smacks of an ugly agenda where we are not all equal under the law.
If asking the government to investigate a terrorist threat/civil rights violation is useless, should we just give up on trying? What if that attitude had prevailed with those reporting on the Fast and Furious gunwalking scandal?
The Justice Department says it is discriminatory to ask minorities for government-issued ID to vote. So why isn’t it discriminatory to require them produce IDs to exercise other rights?
A member of a gun dealer family jailed since last August for conducting alleged sales to straw purchasers has had her bail release delayed due to procedural documentation requirements. Attorneys claim the government has not respected the family’s due process rights.
Important difference between Gunwalker and Watergate: Nobody died in the latter and the press was eager to investigate an administration they opposed vs. one they support. But apologists used the same excuse for both administrations, characterizing premeditated crimes as “mistakes.”
The Justice Department’s cases have, well, fallen apart, primarily because justice department prosecutors were repeatedly unable to prove to juries that what the defendants had done was illegal…
Congressional Republicans urge Attorney General Eric Holder to unseal wiretap applications related to the Operation Fast and Furious scandal in order to help determine what Justice Department officials knew about “gunwalking” firearms to Mexican cartels.
Videos recordings of yesterday’s testimony by Attorney General Eric Holder to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform allow us to see what was said for ourselves, without media spin.