Category: DOJ

August 27, 2007

Gonzales Resigns

Filed under: DOJ,News,Politics,White House - 27 Aug 2007

Alberto GonzalesMr. Gonzales will announce his resignation as Attorney General today, bringing to an end an era of nearly unparalleled incompetence and dishonesty in our highest legal office. Mr. Gonzales has offered false testimony …

August 15, 2007

Justice Department Promulgates New Rules on Death Penalty

Filed under: Criminal Law,DOJ,Felony - 15 Aug 2007

The Justice Department has promulgated a new rule that would allow Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to “fast-track” federal death penalty cases, cutting down on the number of appeals. Like many things done by the Bush Administration, the new rules …

July 26, 2007

The Tightening Noose

Filed under: Bush,Civil Rights,DOJ,News - 26 Jul 2007

After six years of Republican rule and what would generously be described as lax Congressional oversight of the executive, the Democrats are finally attempting to reign in the Bush Administration. Today, Democrats on the Judiciary Committee called for a …

July 8, 2007

White House Will Block Former Aid’s Testimony

Filed under: DOJ,News,White House - 08 Jul 2007

It appears that former White House aid Sara Taylor is going to be blocked from testifying in the investigation of the firing of nine U.S. attorneys last year. In a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee, the attorney for …

June 8, 2007

Schlozman to Revise Testimony Before No Confidence Vote

Filed under: Civil Rights,DOJ,News,Senate,White House - 08 Jun 2007

It is only fitting that, on the Friday afternoon before Monday’s no confidence vote on Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, Bradley Schlozman appears poised to revise his testimony before the Senate. If you will recall, Mr. Schlozman served for three …

May 23, 2007

Monica Goodling’s Testimony – Blames McNulty

Filed under: Bush,DOJ,House Of Representatives,News,White House - 23 May 2007

Remarks of Monica M. Goodling Before The Committee on the Judiciary, United States House of Representatives

Pursuant to the Committee’s Subpoena & The District Court’s Order of Immunity

May 23, 2007

Good morning

May 21, 2007

Gonzales May Resign Before No-Confidence Vote

Filed under: DOJ,News - 21 May 2007

Democrats may make bold to attempt a No-Confidence vote against Attorney General Gonzales this week. To avoid the shame of the proceedings, it is thought that Gonzales may step down before the vote is proposed.

“Votes of no …

May 16, 2007

Gonzales Cracks Down On Crime… Some Crime, Anyway

Filed under: Crime,DOJ - 16 May 2007

While he was ignoring his subpoena today, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales took the time to unveil a new Department of Justice effort to support federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in their fight against violent crime. Part of …

Gonzales defies Subpoena! Fails to produce Karl Rove’s Email.

Filed under: DOJ,News - 16 May 2007

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales today failed to adhere to a court ordered appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Gonzales was subpoenaed on May 2nd to appear today with all of Karl Rove’s email, which have remained in the …