DOJ Archives

BREAKING: DOJ Discredits Trump’s False Obama Wire Tapping Claims

September 2, 2017

In a classic case of using taxpayer money to prove something we already knew, the Department of Justice just announced…

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Trump’s DOJ Battles Web Host For Private Information On 1.3 Million Resistance Members

August 15, 2017

Department of Justice Orders DreamHost To Fork Over Data On 1.3 Million Resistance Members Popular web hosting company DreamHost is…

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Sessions Chickens Out of Budget Hearing, Democrats Pounce

June 11, 2017

Sessions ‘Can’t Run Forever’ Attorney General Jeff Sessions has decided not to appear before the hearing of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee…

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Jake Tapper Calls the GOP Out: No One Believes the President (VIDEO)

March 10, 2017

Jake Tapper Nails Trump Over GOP Disbelief Jake Tapper unerringly encapsulated one of Donald Trump’s problems surrounding the current wiretap…

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The Shocking Reason Death By Cop Just Surged 428 Percent Above 20-Year High

January 8, 2017

If you believe all life is sacred, it might be tough to understand how the United States has failed so…

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Is Trump Using The Power Of The Presidency, And His Twitter, To Commit Insider Trading?

December 12, 2016

Trump’s Latest Angry Tweet Creates A Pattern In The Stock Market On Monday, President-elect Donald Trump criticized the F-35 fighter…

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Fearmongering NRA Ad Features Right Wing Voter Fraud Conspiracy Theorist (VIDEO)

April 6, 2016

NRA AD PROMOTES FEAR OF GOVERNMENT In a nationally airing ad, the NRA features Catherine Engelbrecht of the Right Wing voter fraud…

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Rick Snyder’s Water Scandal: Costs Spiral, Calls For Arrest, Solutions Offered

January 13, 2016

A STATE OF EMERGENCY Michigan Governor Rick Snyder recently declared a state of Emergency in the City of Flint over…

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Disgraced Lawyer Resigns Amid Accusations Of Hiding Evidence In Fatal Chicago Police Shooting

January 5, 2016

The Windy City has been dealing with the fallout of its police department and government administration since November, when a video…

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