Remembering the Heroes of Parkland

(Written by a senior high school student less than 20 miles away from Parkland)   Heroes Today by Brian Dorchak   Heroes today don’t fall from the sky, Heroes today don’t come by sea. Heroes today cannot fly, Not like the ones that you see on TV. Heroes today don’t have Vibranium shields, Heroes today […]

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Who Killed Vincent Foster?

Vincent Walker “Vince” Foster, Jr. (1945–1993) was a partner at Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas, where he was a colleague and friend of Hillary Rodham Clinton. He became a Deputy White House Counsel during the first six months of President Bill Clinton’s administration, the position he held until his untimely demise. He was […]

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Fed Indicts Only Russians in 2016 Hack Attack

In breaking news, after more than a year of FBI investigation into alleged misconduct and conspiracy between Russia and President Trump’s campaign staff, special counsel Robert Mueller just announced that a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C. has returned a 37-page indictment which names 13 Russians and three Russian companies. No US citizens were charged […]

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Shady Haiti Clinton Deals

Some places have all the luck. In Haiti, it is bad luck. With a history peppered with earthquakes, tsunamis, and hurricanes – check out this laundry list from The Seattle Times – it’s no wonder that some of the disaster victims have left their country to seek refuge elsewhere, notably the United States. It’s easy to […]

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Kids for Cash: An American Conspiracy

Bribing judges is nothing new, unfortunately, in justice systems all over the world. But here in the United States, we pride ourselves on bearing a higher standard. Recent news is casting long shadows on some of the top leadership over at the Department of Justice (DOJ). How deep does judicial corruption go? Ten years ago, […]

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Andrew Weissmann: Pitbull or Pitfall?

Andrew Weissmann, a prominent top investigator on special counsel Robert Mueller’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) team looking into the ongoing “Trump-Russia conspiracy” inquiry, has been accused of personal, partisan, political bias in his often-zealous pursuit of justice. Weissman is no newbie to the Law and Justice. Among the highlights of his career as a […]

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Prosecuting the Persecuted Julian Assange

WikiLeaks is an international not-for-profit organization that publishes secret information and leaks news and classified media – all provided by anonymous sources. The WikiLeaks website debuted in Iceland in 2006 by the organization Sunshine Press – a combination of computer programmers, academics and journalists – and claims to have amassed a database of 10 million […]

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No Justice for Scalia

Thanks to the QAnon cryptic, the name Antonin Scalia is trending again. Antonin “Nino” Scalia, as you may recall, was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1986 until his death on February 13, 2016, at age 79. His 30-year tenure made an indelible impression on American conservative legal thinking. You […]

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Branded by Rachel Brand

A top Department of Justice (DOJ) official has announced her summary retirement from federal office. Lisa L. Brand announced on February 9, 2018, that she is stepping down as Assistant Attorney General. The first woman ever to hold this office was confirmed by the US Senate on July 28, 2005, in George W. Bush’s Office […]

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