What remains before this Court is the question of whether the Government’s lawyers must play by the rules. In other words, the propriety of the Defendants’ actions now lies with the Supreme Court, but the question of how to deal with the conduct, or misconduct, of their counsel rests with this Court. To that end, this Court neither takes joy nor finds satisfaction in the issuance of this Order. To the contrary, this Court is disappointed that it has to address the subject of lawyer behavior when it has many more pressing matters on its docket. It is, at best, a distraction, and there is nothing “best” about the conduct in this case. The United States Department of Justice (“DOJ” or “Justice Department”) has now admitted making statements that clearly did not match the facts. It has admitted that the lawyers who made these statements had knowledge of the truth when they made these misstatements. The DOJ’s only explanation has been that its lawyers either “lost focus” or that the “fact[s] receded in memory or awareness.”
These misrepresentations were made on multiple occasions starting with the very first hearing this Court held. This Court would be remiss if it left such unseemly and unprofessional conduct unaddressed.
Congress seems quite fearful of the public getting its hands on timely, credible, non-partisan and useful research paid for by taxpayers. Because it undermines the partisan fighting and tribalism around certain policy platforms that are built on myths, rather than evidence. For years, Congress has refused to adequately fund the CRS, and has tried to turn the useful researchers within CRS into free lackeys, rather than having them work on useful research.
Is this the dawn of a new era of politically-motivated hacks?
Phineas Fisher is “one of the most intelligent hackers I’ve seen,” and “one of the most inspiring to people in the hacktivist community in recent times—possibly of all time,”
Harry Reid’s judge is refusing to allow Cliven Bundy to have the lawyer he wants defending him against the system that is coming after him full throttle
A liberal Democrat judge is once again putting a personal agenda and the establishment elite power structure ahead of the Constitution and the law. The victim this time is a familiar name, Cliven Bundy.
Bundy had the nerve to challenge Democrat Grand Wizard Harry Reid in his state, Nevada. It’s not just the state of his part-time residence, it’s his state, the one he and his corrupt family semi-secretly control and whose assets they raid and pillage as their own.
On Tuesday, Nevada’s chief federal judge ruled for the second time that nationally respected lawyer Larry Klayman could not join Cliven Bundy’s defense team in violation of the wishes of the incarcerated accused. Judge Gloria Navarro claims that she needs proof from Mr. Klayman that “ethical disciplinary proceedings” against him in Washington, D.C. have been resolved to her satisfaction.
Klayman founded both Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, and it may be more of an issue of her loathing of conservative thought and freedom than any minor trouble with Klayman’s potential conflict of interests. How any Democrat can utter the word ethics while maintaining their party allegiance, particularly to the anti-American trash Harry Reid and Hussein Obama, defies logic. Judge Navarro was recommended by Reid and appointed by Obama.
Along with beach towels or sandals, there’s a new popular beach accessory that says a lot about the violence gripping this once-glamorous resort: a small black leather tote hanging from the neck or shoulders of some men.
Death can strike anywhere in Acapulco these days: A sarong vendor was slain on the beach in January by a gunman who escaped on a Jet Ski. Another man was gunned down while enjoying a beer at a seaside restaurant. In the hillside slums that ring the city, a 15-year-old girl’s body was found chopped into pieces and wrapped in a blanket, her severed head in a bucket nearby with a hand-lettered sign from a drug gang.
Source: Hillary’s Safe-Space
Lawyers seeking access to FBI records about Hillary Clinton’s private email server presented the Department of Justice with a dilemma on Monday when they filed a court document that may require the government to turn over the records or admit that the FBI investigation of the Clinton server is criminal in nature.So far, the FBI has said that the Clinton email probe is an investigation, contrary to Clinton and Co.’s claim that it is a mere “security review.” But FBI Director James Comey last week declined to say whether the investigation is a criminal one.Investigators are looking into whether classified information was mishandled on Clinton’s server.In response to a federal lawsuit filed by Vice News reporter Jason Leopold seeking a variety of records related to the server, the government has claimed that it must keep the documents secret because they are part of a “pending or prospective law enforcement proceeding.”
Drug war money has become a notable source of funding for law enforcement interests. Huge government grants and asset-seizure windfalls benefit police departments, while the constant supply of prisoners keeps the prison business booming.
Drug war money has become a notable source of funding for law enforcement interests