"The most transparent administration in history suffered a defeat Monday, when U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson turned down the Justice Department's request to dismiss a lawsuit seeking "Fast and Furious" documents hidden by Attorney General Eric Holder and the Justice Department after President Obama invoked executive privilege." Investors.com
"The most transparent administration in history" seems to have enough judges in the DC Appelate court in its pocket to ride this one out. I don't know Judge Berman but my hat is off to her. pl
"An organization of black conservatives says the Eric Holder-led Justice Department's latest lawsuit in North Carolina is clearly intended to do one thing: help encourage voter fraud in The Tar Heel State.
In August, North Carolina enacted a new law that requires prospective voters to present a valid ID at their assigned polling place in order to obtain a ballot. The ballot integrity measure came in the wake of the Supreme Court decision that reformed the Voting Rights Act by requiring that the federal government prove in court that minorities are affected by a law, rather than the sweeping unregulated control it had over certain state's election statutes." onenewsnow.com
Priceless. I suppose Holder et al realize that with suits like this they are exposing the Voter Rights Act to further erosion by SCOTUS. pl