Posts Tagged ‘Attorney General’
During her appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, Attorney General Loretta Lynch admitted that she asked the FBI to examine whether the federal government should take legal action against so-called climate change deniers. Attorney General Lynch is not responding to any criminal acts committed by climate change skeptics. Instead, she is responding to requests from those frustrated that dissenters from the alleged climate change consensuses have successfully blocked attempts to create new government programs to fight climate change.
These climate change censors claim that the argument over climate change is settled and the deniers’ success in blocking congressional action is harming the public. Therefore, the government must disregard the First Amendment and silence anyone who dares question the reigning climate change dogma. This argument ignores the many reputable scientists who have questioned the magnitude, effects, and role of human action in causing climate change.
Read more by Ron Paul at RonPaulInstitute.org
If anyone truly doubts that the Left is on the run in American domestic politics, the results of the 2014 election should provide bracing reading. Aside from strengthening the Republican majority in the House of Representatives and taking back control of the U.S. Senate, Republican governors are now in charge of 30 of the 50 states. In 24 states, Republicans have complete control of the legislative agenda (including 5 of the 10 largest states by population), and in 19 more they control at least one house of the state legislature (of the “top 10,” only California is completely under Democratic control).
In my own state of Wisconsin, the Republicans swept every single state-wide office contested in November save one (secretary of state), and strengthened the Republican hold on both houses of the legislature. What is more, both houses are also arguably more conservative than they were before, as some older, less conservative legislators retired from office or were defeated in primaries.
Read more by Avner Zarmi at PJmedia.com
It’s really simple when attempting to judge whether or not Loretta Lynch is appropriate for the Attorney General position.
You simply have to ask here the following Yes or No questions on whether, given the publicly-available evidence, she would refer and take each of these cases to a Grand Jury:
- Fast -n- Furious. (Gun running, obstruction of justice, money laundering and criminal conspiracy for starters.)
- IRS Targeting, most-specifically the apparent intentional obstruction of discovery (that’s obstruction of justice, among other things.)
- The apparent and intentional law-breaking at The Fed, evidenced by Bernanke’s use of pseudonyms during his bailout discussions and the clear warning by a Fed counsel member that what he was doing was probably illegal.
- The apparent and intentional law-breaking by virtually all major US banks during that same time period.
- The apparent and intentional law-breaking by HFT traders from roughly that time period to today, inclusive.
Read more by Karl Denninger at market-ticker.org
Walker voters definitively rejected all statewide opposition to his policies.
A massive rebuke to the state Democratic Party, its statist policies, and the unrelentingly vicious, negative campaign in which they engaged was delivered last night by the voters of Wisconsin. They re-elected Governor Scott Walker — by the largest margin yet — for the third time in four years.
Yet the win was much more substantial than that. Every Republican incumbent running in the state was re-elected. All but one statewide office (the largely ceremonial secretary of State) up for election was won by Republicans. The GOP picked up two Senate seats in the state legislature (giving the Republicans a 19:14 majority) and three seats in the state Assembly, where they had already enjoyed a more comfortable margin. And the new members make the majority considerably more conservative than it had been previously.
Here are the results with additional commentary:
Read more by Avner Zarmi at PJmedia.com
Attorney General Eric Holder, who announced his resignation (on 9/25), leaves a dismal legacy at the Justice Department. Of all his legal innovations, one was especially pernicious: the demonizing of state attempts to ensure honest elections.
As a former U.S. attorney general under President Reagan, and a former Ohio secretary of state, we would like to say something that might strike some as obvious:
Those who oppose photo voter-ID laws and other election-integrity reforms are intent on making it easier to commit vote fraud.
Read more by by Ed Meese and Ken Blackwell at ToThePointNews.com
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North Hills Country Club
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Join Governor Scott Walker for a fundraiser for Attorney General Candidate Brad Schimel. Support Brad’s campaign to be our next Attorney General.
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