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How Gitmo Set The Stage For The Kavanaugh Hearings
, Editorial Partner
Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation was not the first nail in the coffin of justice in America ― and sadly, it’s unlikely to be the last.
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Former AG Alberto Gonzales: James Comey Made A Mistake With Letter On Clinton Email Investigation
The FBI director has gotten a lot of heat for his decision.
Friday Talking Points -- GOP's 'What Would Lincoln Do?' Moment
Chris Weigant is a political commentator.
When in the past have you ever heard the term "unendorse" used? We haven't checked, but we believe it just got coined and added to the political lexicon.
5 Things Hillary Supporters Don't Get About Bernie Supporters
Movie Critic for ReThink Reviews
To me, all of these questions stem from the fact that Hillary supporters assume that they and Bernie supporters are fundamentally on the same team. Doesn't the fundamental rule of "The enemy of my enemy is my friend" still apply?
Disbar the Judge and the Lawyers
Trial lawyer, author
Even if we will not prosecute Cheney and the CIA, we should disbar and suspend Alberto Gonzales, who is in private practice, Jay Bybee who is now a federal appeals court judge and John Yoo who is a law professor at UC Berkeley.
10 Examples of Bush and the Republicans Using Government Power to Target Critics
Host of the Bob & Chez Show, Writer for Salon.com
The congressional Republicans are outraged by the IRS story, but they haven't been able to scramble to the floor of the House quickly enough to target left-leaning groups.
Alberto Gonzales, Former Bush Attorney General, Says He's 'OK' With People Getting High Legally
In November, voters in both Colorado and Washington voted to legalize recreational use of marijuana. The new law went into
Playing Fast and Furious With a Man's Reputation
Seattle Police Chief (Ret.) and Author
The country's interest is best served when both the executive and the legislative branches resist partisan showboating and rigorously defend against the politicization of the Department of Justice.
Alberto Gonzales: Immigration Flip-Flop Worth Political Risk For Mitt Romney
"I'm waiting for it," he said. "I would love to see him shift, and I'm not by myself. ... He's going to have to come back
Alberto Gonzales: Immigration Talk From Republicans 'Harmful' To Party
WASHINGTON -- Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales -- who was the first person of Hispanic descent to hold that position
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Alberto Gonzales: Dear Santa, Send Money
Raul A. Reyes
Attorney, NBCNews.com Contributor, CNN Opinion columnist
As attorney general, Alberto Gonzales trampled on civil liberties, politicized the Department of Justice, and deeply embarrassed many of his fellow Latinos. Now he wants us to send him money.
For Progressives, Debt Ceiling "Deal" Was a Real Downer
Joseph A. Palermo
Author, historian, professor
What U.S. president in recent history has lifted the rhetoric of progressivism to such lofty heights only to throw a wet blanket over the grassroots energy that responded to his vision and got him elected?
Brian Annoreno, Former Bartlett Man, Faces 40 Years In Prison For Child Porn
"This case involved the most disturbing criminal sexual assault of minors," U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald said in a statement
Top 7 Underemployed Former Bush Officials
Writer on the science-policy intersection
Congresswoman Harman's Afghan Delusions
Jane Harman should be ashamed that she has voted to send U.S. troops to risk their last full measure of devotion on behalf of a corrupt, illegitimate, lawless Afghan government for reasons a schoolchild could discern are fatuous.
Alberto Gonzales: Don't Repeal The 14th Amendment
Most recently, some politicians and concerned citizens have expressed a desire to amend the 14th Amendment of our Constitution
Was Alberto Gonzales Vindicated or Did Our Democracy Dodge a Bullet?
Judge H. Lee Sarokin
Retired from the federal court after 17 years of service
Integrity is what is needed in our top law enforcement officials, and that is what was so lacking in Alberto Gonzales. The Dannehy report as vindication? I think not.
Former U.S. Attorney condemns Bush White House Interference with Corruption Probe
writer and journalist
With the 2006 mid-term elections approaching, a top aide to Karl Rove warned Harriett Miers that a Republican congressman's re-election was in serious jeopardy. Newly published emails show what happened next.
Lindsey Graham, Meet Alberto Gonzales
Senior Counsel, Human Rights First
In fact, the document effectively rips apart every one of Senator Graham's recent arguments supporting his proposed legislation
Alberto Gonzales Esquire Interview: Defends Saying Provisions In Geneva Convention Are 'Quaint'
The former attorney general opens up on the value of torture, his Senate hearings, Karl Rove's role in the U.S. attorney
Alberto Gonzales Inspiring Students To Consider A Future In Cronyism
I'm guessing that any students who stood on their desks to recite "O Captain! My Captain!" had a hood forced over their heads
Justice American Style
9/11 widow and activist
Now more than ever, Americans need to trust our own judicial system to fully and openly prosecute the mass murderers of 9/11 while the rest of the world bears witness.
Who's the CML Champ, Cheney or Gonzales?
Seattle Police Chief (Ret.) and Author
Nobody listens to Alberto Gonzales in large part because, putting it charitably, he was not merely an unprincipled attorney general but an uninspired one. Of course, we also tune him out because we can't be sure he's telling the truth.
Alberto Gonzales Heckled: College Student Shouts "You Lie!" At The Bush Attorney General
Alberto Gonzales, former attorney general during the George W. Bush presidency and current teacher at Texas Tech came to
Spanish Judge Resumes Torture Case Against Six Senior Bush Lawyers
Journalist and author of "The Guantanamo Files"
Judge Baltasar Garzón is pressing ahead with a case against six senior Bush administration lawyers for implementing torture at Guantánamo.
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