The risk that prosecution of Bush-era officials would devour the Democrats is great.
Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court will now be forced to answer questions about her views on affirmative action.
Where do the accused go to get their reputations back? (Also read Ron Radosh: On Michael Oren and Roger L. Simon: Middle East Negotiations: This Isn't Hollywood, Rahm)
President Obama won't stop playing hardball politics - even when it endangers national security. (Also see Roger L. Simon: "Tortured by Pelosi.")
And the Democratic Congress has handed them millions in taxpayer money to continue their antics.
Two members of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee will go on trial for something that is a regular occurrence in Washington.
The Pennsylvania congressman and champion of pork has the FBI breathing down the necks of several of his cronies.
President Obama will have to show Americans how closing Camp Delta will not harm our national security.
The passing of Mark Felt of Watergate fame forces us to examine the irony in his betrayal of Nixon.
The investigation into Governor Rod Blagojevich's selling Obama's Senate seat could involve the president-elect's closest aides.
The staffing of key positions at Justice will (finally) signal where the president-elect stands.
Evidence shows ACORN has committed the predicate crimes that would allow the government to prosecute them under the racketeering statute.
The Annenberg Files reveal a close working relationship between the presidential candidate and the former terrorist.
Was an associate of Barack Obama tipped off about press interest in the Annenberg papers?
The panicked reaction of the Obama campaign suggests they hold very damaging information.