It’s taken almost five years to find out more about what was behind former Assistant Attorney General Sally Yates’s refusal to cooperate with President Trump’s travel ban for terrorists, and, really, We the People are still waiting. Earlier this year, Judicial Watch sued to find out what is in a
Earlier this year, when a settlement agreement was announced between governments within the United States and Purdue Pharmaceuticals for damages related to the opioid crisis, one of the conditions was that the Sackler family would not be liable. The Sacklers owned large stakes in Purdue Pharma before it was liquidated.
The cover-up is almost always worse than the original infraction. It does not matter what the transgression is, or who commits it, that is an axiom criminal and the serially dishonest must live by. When agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation are the ones committing the crimes, and then
The 2020 general election was easily one of the most contentious elections in the history of the United States. It is also turning out to be the most contested. Per American law, the states themselves are responsible for election integrity, and as the months have passed since November 3, 2020,
One thing that establishment Congress-critters know how to do is show hearings. Most of the time, televised show hearings are really more along the lines of bread and circuses for the masses rather than serious information gathering efforts. The January 6 Special Committee was thought to be one of those
The progressive left has long desired to change the Supreme Court of the United States in ways that would assure that conservative ideology does not take hold among the justices. Several strategies have been suggested including increasing the number of justice seated on the court at any one time, and