Department of Justice
Jun 2017

Shakedowns suspended?

“…Winner had e-mail contact with the News Outlet.”

Good work if you can get it

May 2017

NATO members better start contributing “fair share” too.

The National Blue Alert Network is coming online

Jazz Shaw May 20, 2017 10:01 AM

The thin blue line gets a boost

Questioning the timing … and the hypocrisy.

“Even under Mr. Obama, officials saw challenges in bringing charges in Mr. Sterling’s death.”

Just the facts, folks

Apr 2017

Big deal or nothingburger?

A reminder of obligations

Rorschach tests.

Mar 2017

“If there was a new order, or if there’s a new appeal, we will be looking at it…”

Got him.

DOJ indicts Russian spies, hackers in Yahoo breach

John Sexton Mar 15, 2017 6:01 PM

“the agency that is supposed to investigate computer intrusions in Russia is itself engaged in hacking…”

MacArthur returns … unfortunately.

“If a member of Congress can have his phone tapped … this can happen to anybody.”

Raw Story: Suspect a “disgraced left-wing journalist.”

Feb 2017

Elections, consequences … some assembly always takes place.

“What happened over the weekend is not going to happen again.”

Jan 2017


Seven months later.

“The City received over 30,000 complaints of police misconduct…but fewer than 2% were sustained.”

WSJ: Time for Comey to go

Ed Morrissey Jan 13, 2017 12:01 PM

The first to hear, “You’re fired”?

It’s not just about Director Comey.

Texas looking to abolish civil asset forfeiture

Taylor Millard Jan 08, 2017 6:31 PM

A win for liberty…IF it passes.

Nov 2016

There’s a new sheriff in town. Or at least there could be

Attorney: “Unintentional errors.”

Watching the watchers?

Oct 2016


The Department of Justice has ordered some expensive reforms, but they didn’t come with a check

“They don’t want this stuff to come out…”

Sep 2016

“They were handing out immunity deals like candy.”

From “special interest countries,” no less.

Ryan: Hillary obviously obstructed justice

Ed Morrissey Sep 08, 2016 12:41 PM

WSJ editorial: We concur.


Aug 2016

That’s not how this works

Justice Department to end use of private prisons

John Sexton Aug 18, 2016 1:21 PM

“they do not maintain the same level of safety and security.”