All 23 new hires to the Justice Department's Special Litigation office have far-left resumes — which were only released following a PJM lawsuit. (This is the fourth in a series of articles about the Justice Department's hiring practices since President Obama took office. Read parts one, two, and three.)
All sixteen new hires to the Voting Section have far-left resumes — which were only released following a PJM lawsuit. (This is the first in a series of articles about the Civil Rights Division’s hiring practices since President Obama took office.)
A blockbuster development in the Operation Fast and Furious scandal.
Selling arms to Mexican drug cartels? Misleading the Washington Post? It's all in a day's work for Obama's heavily politicized ATF. Update: The ATF responds to Issa's warning...by firing a whistle-blower.
This latest scandal involving ugly discrimination against a dedicated member of the military is just another outrageous example of why Congress should shut down the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.
Says our source: "They lost in the Supreme Court, they lost in Congress, they lost at the FEC, so now the president is just going to do it by edict." Download the PDF here.
Should a lawyer who has participated in unprofessional conduct be awarded with a judgeship? Consider the nomination of Justice Department official Donna Murphy to be a superior court judge in the District of Columbia.
The Civil Rights Division has blocked a much-needed reform of a local school board in S.C., once again showing it has no interest in protecting minority voters if they are white.
President Obama and Harry Reid have used their appointment powers to stop the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights' investigation into the New Black Panther Party voter-intimidation case. (Don't miss James Poulos' PJTV interview with von Spakovsky and J. Christian Adams from CPAC.)
Judge James E. Graves has demonstrated a racialist view of the First Amendment, which apparently does not worry the president.
How does Obama treat a political appointee who may have helped suborn perjury and obstruct an investigation? By nominating him to a higher office.
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is set to consider a draft report of its investigation tomorrow. Some details of the report have been leaked to PJM.
Election watchers True the Vote have found disturbing amounts of fraud in Harris County, Texas. Rather than support their important work, the Texas Democratic Party (among others) is suing them. (And don't forget to join PJM's voter-fraud watch!)
Following Friday’s explosive testimony before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, the Department of Justice and the Obama administration now must restore the public trust in civil rights enforcement, as they will be held accountable by Americans. (Update: Click here to watch analysis on the state of Obama's DOJ on PJTV.)
J. Christian Adams testified under oath that the Department of Justice fails to enforce civil rights law in a race-neutral manner, and that Christopher Coates would be able to confirm his allegations.
Bombshell: Defying DOJ Instructions, Christopher Coates Will Testify Friday on New Black Panther Case
Told by the Department of Justice to ignore a subpoena from the Civil Rights Commission, former Voting Section Chief Coates has instead chosen to comply. His testimony Friday morning is likely to be incredibly damaging to DOJ leadership and the Obama administration. (Click here to read Coates' letter to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights in PDF form, and click here to watch Hans A. von Spakovsky's new interview on PJTV.)
The former chief of the Voting Section of the DOJ's Civil Rights Division is not the apolitical civil servant portrayed in the media. He is hyper-partisan and vindictive, and should be investigated for perjury.
Another death caused by a criminal alien, allowed out of detention because of policy that tilts toward selective amnesty.
Leahy denies the request in a letter filled with factual and legal errors, and left-wing talking points. Click here to read the letter (pdf).
Former DOJ Civil Rights Division lawyer Hans A. von Spakovsky rebuts a post by our esteemed colleague.
A compelling drama at the Supreme Court, where the fate of campaign finance restrictions will be decided.
A former FEC and Justice Department employee exposes massive liberal corruption in the executive branch. (This is part two of a three-part series. Read part one here.)
The GOP is always vastly outnumbered in the executive branch's bureaucracy — no matter who is president.