PJ Media Legal Editor
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J. Christian Adams is a determined advocate for the rule of law in American government, a devotion that is evident in his role as PJ Media’s legal editor. Adams co-authored “Every Single One,” our series on the politicized hiring practices of the Civil Rights Division in President Obama’s Department of Justice.
A PJMedia contributor since 2011, he blogs about the department and other legal matters at Rule of Law. As an election lawyer who once worked at DOJ, Adams decodes the elections “system” for people unfamiliar with it by providing keen insight into what is happening.
Adams focused on the same issues while inside DOJ and became part of a rare brotherhood of uniquely American heroes: whistleblowers. He helped expose the department’s failure to prosecute the radical New Black Panthers Party for voter intimidation in the 2008 election. The Washington Times published his column about that case, and his book, “Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department,” was a bestseller.
Adams is a frequent guest on Fox News, including appearances on “Fox & Friends” and “The Kelly File.” He founded the Election Law Center and blogs at that site as well.
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His name quite familiar already to PJ Media readers, Adams today launches his Rule of Law blog. Read the first post at Rule of Law: Soros-Funded Meeting of Voter Fraud Deniers Hold Election Law Conference
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