The attorney general finds himself in the hot seat yet again. Also read: BREAKING: DOJ prosecutors took bribes from financial execs, still working at DOJ
By killing the Keystone project, Obama has delivered a blow to the entire economy.
Websites go black while voters and congressmen speak out.
Rep. Darrell Issa demanded truth, while Attorney General Eric Holder parsed the definition of "lying."
The DOJ is now officially withdrawing a February 2011 letter sent to Senator Charles Grassley.
Two hit pieces claim Gingrich made money as a private citizen legally and ethically, but "the optics are bad." See also: Gingrich Beats Obama in Head to Head Matchup
Executive compensation at the mortgage giants is the real scandal.
The Justice Department wants the ability to lie about documents requested via the Freedom of Information Act.
Fast and Furious whistleblower Vince Cefalu supports allegations that ATF Special Agent in Charge Newell just framed one of his own for arson.
The country's food growers are getting squeezed dry by inane environmental edicts.
In other words, ATF Agent William Newell wasn't telling the truth.
Foolish laws are hampering America's lifeblood industry, and making drivers more tired to boot.
A confessed grenade and IED smuggler was released by the U.S. just hours after his arrest.
ATF whistleblower Vince Cefalu tells PJMedia: "It's no secret that they're cleaning house."
From their data, just how damaging the president has been to this economy becomes quite clear.
Well, no, there’s always Walter Duranty. But this one is truly remarkable, made more so by Issa being the lead investigator on a scandal objectively larger than Watergate.
Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) tells PJMedia: "I want to know the day when U.S. law enforcement knew, or should have known, that this had gotten out of control."
Tuesday's hearing put the ATF special agent under the microscope, and he revealed as little as possible.
The Ethics Committee is in disarray, with an equal number of Democrats and Republicans represented and the Democrats having internecine battles.
ATF Acting Director Ken Melson's testimony shows just how far the DOJ has gone to impede the investigation and to protect political appointees.
Darrell Issa and Charles Grassley demand to know about contact DOJ has had with committee witnesses. Also, a source tells PJM: DOJ has picked a new fall guy to target after they failed to topple ATF Director Ken Melson.
An internal ATF email seems to support the assertion that Fast and Furious was a PR stunt for gun control.
Says Vince Cefalu: "[Director Ken Melson is] not taking responsibility for what he's done. At the end of the day he made decisions on behalf of ATF and people died for it." Update: Someone in Congress funded Gunwalker via the stimulus bill.
What happened to the transparency that candidate Obama promised?