Eric Holder

US Attorney General Eric Holder

Gov Leakers to Get A Firing Squad?

Kellan Howell, Washington Times

The Justice Department finds itself on the defensive after a training manual surfaced suggesting federal agents could face a firing squad for leaking government secrets.

Justice to Sue NC on Voter ID

Josh Gerstein, Politico

The DOJ will file suit against N. Carolina, charging that the state’s new law requiring voters to show photo ID at the polls violates the Voting Rights Act by discriminating against blacks.

IRS Preaches Right Wing Conspiracy

Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

A Dem congressman condemned a “right-wing conspiracy” and said that voter ID laws could have prevented O’s presidency during a '12 event in which the IRS coached black ministers in how to engage in campaign activity.

Tea Party Groups Suing IRS, Obama

Right Scoop Staff

25 conservative groups have filed suit against the IRS and Eric Holder, alleging that the Obama administration unlawfully targeted the groups because of their political beliefs and obstructed their applications.

DOJ Sues TX Over Voter ID Law

Sean Lengell, Washington Examiner

The DOJ said it will sue Texas over the state’s strict voter photo ID law and will intervene in a separate lawsuit challenging TX’s new congressional map.

DOJ Twists Law to Punish Opponents

Ginni Thomas, Daily Caller

J. Christian Adams, a lawyer and DOJ whistleblower who worked under Holder, is revealing that the DOJ is using the law as a way to reward lefties and punish opponents.

DOJ Hides Fast & Furious Records

Katie Pavlich, Townhall

The Justice Dept. hid from Congress a recent internal trace record showing a link between the murder of a Mexican police chief and Fast and Furious.

Eric Holder's Plan to Break the Law to Improve It

By Richard A. Viguerie | 8/14/13
What Holder is actually doing is not proposing criminal justice reform legislation to change the law or to request funding for new programs that actually work, it is an announcement that he planned to simply ignore the law as it stands today, rather than engage in the tough job of selling criminal justice and prison reform to Congress and the public.

Rand Agrees W/ DOJ on Drug Cases

Jason Pye, UnitedLiberty.org

Rand Paul joined Richard Viguerie in praising Holder's call for an end to mandatory minimum sentences for drug charges. 

Viguerie Lauds DOJ Policy Change

Maya Rhodan, Time

Viguerie praised Holder's plan to reduce mandatory minimum sentencing for nonviolent drug-related crimes, even if the change is five years late.

Viguerie Says, "Conservatives Welcome Holder and Obama's Belated Embrace of Criminal Justice Reform"

Richard Viguerie, Chairman of ConservativeHQ, today invited Attorney General Eric Holder and President Barack Obama to join him and other conservatives in a major push for criminal justice and prison reform.

DOJ: End Mandatory Min. for Drug Cases

Los Angeles Times Staff

Fed. prosecutors will no longer seek long, "mandatory minimum" sentences for low-level, nonviolent drug offenders, under a major shift in policy.

DOJ's Attack on Voter ID Laws

Roger Clegg & Hans A. von Spakovsky, National Review

The DOJ takes aim at voter-ID laws, but it must prove the existence of discrimination in voting. 

TX GOP Pans Holder Election Move

Mike Lillis and Bernie Becker, The Hill

Holder asked a court to require “preclearance” of new TX laws on states' rights. GOP says it defies SCOTUS's June decision.

Zimmerman Should've Never Been Tried

Patrick J. Buchanan, Human Events

We've just seen the prosecution of an innocent man for murder because the politically powerful demanded it.

DOJ Paid to Incite Racial Ire

Matthew Vadum, American Spectator

DOJ employees are supposed to defuse heated situations but instead rioted over Martin's death.

Is the South Still in the Union?

Pat Buchanan, CNS News

It’s clear that liberals still consider the south full of white racists who need government control.

Big Brother Is Watching

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, Fox News

Has America regressed into an Orwellian state 64 years after “1984” was published?

Will Anger Alter NSA Cell Tap Rules?

Ginger Gibson, Politico

Lawmakers are outraged about the cell tap scandal. Rand Paul is even drafting a civil liberties bill.

What’s Holder Hiding on Phone Tap?

Devlin Barrett, Wall Street Journal Washington Wire

Goodlatte pushed for Holder to answer their questions on the Rosen case, but Holder's refused.