Senate Judiciary Committee Archives

Absolute Power? Google’s Impact on the Midterm Elections Could Do Real Damage to Democracy

June 8, 2018

When will Google defend democracy? Ronald Robertson, Northeastern University As the 2018 midterm elections approach in the U.S., Google’s power to influence undecided voters remains overshadowed by Facebook’s personal data crisis. Facebook has “ taken it on the chin” for…

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Trump Judicial Nominee Refuses to Say if She Supports School Segregation (VIDEO)

April 12, 2018

The Landmark Unanimous 1954 Supreme Court Decision, Brown v. Board of Education, was Never Thought To be Questionable. Then Came Donald Trump’s Nomination of Wendy Vitter. America lost a true icon last month when civil rights activist Linda Brown passed away…

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Trump’s Top Russia Probe Lawyer Just Quit – The Writing is on the Wall, Trump is Doomed (VIDEO)

March 22, 2018

Donald Trump Lead Lawyer on Russia John Dowd Out Eleven days ago, Republican Donald Trump got angry at the New York Times for stating there was drama in terms of his legal team. The Failing New York Times purposely wrote…

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The 12 Most Hilarious Reactions to Kushner Losing Security Clearance

February 27, 2018

Trump’s Son-In-Law Loses Security Clearance… And the Crowd Goes Wild! Jared Kushner had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day today, losing his security clearance, even as it came to light that foreign countries saw him as someone they could…

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REPORT: FBI Has Second Russia Dossier – This Could Sink Trump

January 30, 2018

By now, the timeline of the Trump dossier is well defined. The dossier may have been the impetus for the accusations of collusion between the Donald Trump campaign and Russia. Its credibility is at the heart of the memo House…

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Why is Kushner ‘Spooked’ By the Idea of Testifying if He Did Nothing Wrong?

January 25, 2018

The Republican-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee announced today they were passing on interviewing Jared Kushner in connection with the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer who allegedly had promised the Trump campaign damaging information about Hillary Clinton. Kushner…

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The Best People? Twitter Thrashes Trump’s Judicial Nominee for His Sheer, Shocking Incompetence

December 15, 2017

Matthew Spencer Peterson literally knew nothing when testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee — Twitter Quickly Took Note. When you’ve had as many questionable nominees for federal positions as Donald Trump has had, it’s hard to rise head and shoulders…

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WATCH: White House Press Secretary Warned of Potential Federal Charges in Comey-Russia Scandal

September 19, 2017

The White House Press Secretary may be on trial herself Despite the chaos regarding the seemingly revolving door of the Trump Administration, the members of it have done a good job of maintaining a strong public relations image. That is…

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Did Sessions Break the Law in Comey’s Firing? Top Dems Think He Did

May 12, 2017

Top Democrats from two House committees are asking for a report into potential disciplinary actions against Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding his role in the firing of FBI Director James Comey, The Hill reports.  Several prominent Democrats, including House Oversight Committee…

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BREAKING: FBI’s Comey Made False Statements to Congress, Grossly Overstated Clinton Email Scandal

May 9, 2017

FBI Officials Admit Comey Misstated Facts About Clinton Investigation Not since J. Edgar Hoover has an FBI Director played such an outsized role in American politics as James Comey has over the past calendar year. And like Hoover, Comey’s handling…

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