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The Dog Days of Summer and Executive Privilege
Late last week, a Federal District Court Judge had scathing words for the Bush administration for claiming executive privilege for refusing to allow former senior White House aides to testify before Congress about the firings of nine U.S. attorneys. Judge … Continue reading
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Special prosecutor a possibility as U.S. attorney and DOJ politicization probes reach into the White House?
I have two new stories on the Huffington Post– one this evening and one from yesterday– about the various investigations being conducted within the Department of Justice of the firings of nine U.S. attorneys and the politicization of the Department. … Continue reading