Justice Department Inspector General Pushes Holder on Misconduct

PJ Media

Department of Justice Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz has published a memorandum to Attorney General Eric Holder and Deputy Attorney General James Cole about “challenges” facing the Justice Department. Among the list of challenges: misconduct and malfeasance by DOJ employees and units which PJ Media has been reporting about for years.

That these instances of misconduct were included in Horowitz’s report infers that Holder’s Department has either taken inadequate action to address the behavior, or has taken no action at all. Based on what sources inside DOJ are saying, I suspect the latter.

The report provides material which senators on the Judiciary Committee — such as Jeff Sessions (R-AL), John Cornyn (R-TX), Mike Lee (R-UT), and Ted Cruz (R-TX) — may use to probe Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights nominee Debo Adegbile in his confirmation hearing. Below, three of the issues raised in the report:

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Can We Talk About Impeachment?

The American Thinker

The  United States of America was once a land of laws and not of men. Obama and the  Democratic Party have changed all that,  possibly forever. Millions of people, along with a few brave politicians, are now openly speaking of impeachment. Why? Because  the Obama administration’s wanton and destructive disregard for the laws of the  land have become so egregious that it can no longer be tolerated. 

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