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Posted September 19, 2017, at 2:41 PM Eastern (15 hours ago)
We Are Your Justice Department!

Posted September 19, 2017, at 8:58 AM Eastern (1 day ago)
By Gregg Jarrett
Fox News
Jeff Sessions may have been a fine Senator, but he has proven to be a feckless Attorney General. He should resign. But before he does, he can attempt to rectify the wreckage he has wrought by initiating several necessary criminal investigations and/or appointing a special counsel to do so.

Comey was asked, under oath, by the House Judiciary Committee if he decided not to pursue criminal charges against Hillary Clinton before or after he interviewed her. He testified, "After."


Posted September 18, 2017, at 2:04 PM Eastern (2 days ago)
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Posted September 18, 2017, at 1:51 PM Eastern (2 days ago)
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Posted September 18, 2017, at 12:31 PM Eastern (2 days ago)
New York Post
Something else happened the week of Hillary Clinton's book launch: the release of more "lost" emails that further highlight her corrupt ways.

The watchdogs at Judicial Watch shared 1,600 fresh emails released thanks to their Freedom of Information lawsuits — missives that Clinton & Co. failed to turn over from her private servers, but which the feds recovered from other sources.


Posted September 18, 2017, at 9:38 AM Eastern (2 days ago)
By Larry Klayman
Newsmax
Jeff Sessions, our current attorney general, is a nice man who I call Jeff as he calls me Larry. Indeed, he is an honorable southern gentleman, and I know and can appreciate that is since I have lived most of my adult years in the south.

While I graduated from Duke University in 1973 and later Emory University School of Law in 1977, and spent the next few years in Miami, Florida, as a young associate with the law firm of Blackwell and Walker, and later ran for the U.S. Senate in Florida in 2003-2004, with an interim 20-plus years below the Mason Dixon line in Washington, D.C., these life experiences are not the only bases to feel some kinship with Jeff, the former senator from Alabama. Generally speaking, Jeff and I share similar conservative views, and although we are hardly endorsed by the Southern Poverty Law Center or People for the American Way, two profiteering ultra-leftist groups who falsely brand anyone who disagrees with their ideology a so called "Hate Group or Person," neither of us are racists, however fashionable the term has become in the last decade of the nation's prior rule under President Barack Obama and his then-attorneys general Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch.


Posted September 17, 2017, at 5:02 PM Eastern (3 days ago)
Host Larry Klayman speaks with Morgan Brittany -- well-known for her role in the TV show "Dallas," now Vice-President and National Spokesperson for PolitiChicks
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Posted September 16, 2017, at 7:13 PM Eastern (3 days ago)
By Wanda Carruthers
Newsmax
A Justice Department attorney recently left work on a high-profile money laundering case to join special counsel Robert Mueller's team, Politico reported Friday, bringing to 17 the number of lawyers working for the prosecution in the Russia probe.

Harvard Law School graduate Kyle Freeny had not been previously reported to be working on the investigation. A spokesman for Mueller's office confirmed Freeny was working on his staff, but gave no details about her role.





See also: "Mueller Must Be Removed, Disbarred, Prosecuted," by Larry Klayman


Posted September 16, 2017, at 9:31 AM Eastern (4 days ago)
By Nicholas Fandos
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Senator Charles E. Grassley, facing what he sees as Justice Department stonewalling, is considering subpoenas to compel several witnesses to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee and divulge what they know about President Trump's connections to Russia and his firing of James B. Comey as F.B.I. director.

Mr. Grassley and the committee's top Democrat, Senator Dianne Feinstein of California, have agreed that the witnesses are key to the committee's investigation and could compel them to appear despite apparent objections by the Justice Department and the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III.


Posted September 16, 2017, at 9:29 AM Eastern (4 days ago)
By Maura Dolan, Jenn Harris, Geoffrey Mohan
latimes.com
California may once again scrape foie gras off restaurant plates, after judges ruled in favor of a ban on the delicacy made by force feeding ducks and geese.

The decision Friday by a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals removes a roadblock to enforcing a 2004 ban that has been idled for more than half the time it has been on the books.


Posted September 15, 2017, at 6:19 PM Eastern (4 days ago)
Larry Klayman decries special counsel's 'legal jihad unfolding with impunity'
By Larry Klayman
WND
As a former prosecutor of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), founder of Judicial Watch and now Freedom Watch, and its current general counsel and chairman, I filed a complaint Monday before the Office of Professional Responsibility and Inspector General of the DOJ, demanding an investigation and the eventual removal and prosecution of Special Counsel Robert Mueller for his and his conflicted staff — which are Democrat/Clinton political campaign donors and supporters in large part — having illegally leaked grand jury information to harm President Trump, his family and former and present colleagues.

The Justice Department's Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) and Inspector General (IG) are charged with investigating and remedying unethical and illegal behavior by the special counsel, his office and other DOJ lawyers and staff.


Posted September 15, 2017, at 4:19 PM Eastern (5 days ago)
Stinchfield/NRATV
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Freedom Watch's Larry Klayman gives an update on his powerful lawsuit against Berkeley and Antifa. Stinchfield airs live on NRATV weekdays at the top of the hour.




Posted September 15, 2017, at 4:05 PM Eastern (5 days ago)
By Stephen A. Crockett Jr.
The Root
God bless Auntie Maxine Waters, who is truly doing the Lord's work. On Friday, Waters waded down into the murky mess to take a jab at Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who might be the worst person in America not named Trump.

"To Jeff Sessions, how does it feel to be dragged & humiliated? Now you know how the African Americans you disrespected feel," the California Democrat tweeted.


Posted September 14, 2017, at 8:06 PM Eastern (1 week ago)
By Michelle Mark
Business Insider
After President Donald Trump was informed in May that special counsel Robert Mueller had been appointed to oversee the Trump-Russia investigation, Trump unleashed a torrent of insults upon Attorney General Jeff Sessions and told him he should resign, The New York Times reported on Thursday.

Trump reportedly said he believed Mueller's appointment was Sessions' fault for recusing himself in March from the Russia investigation.


Posted September 14, 2017, at 6:33 PM Eastern (1 week ago)
By Larry Klayman
Newsmax
When I founded Judicial Watch on July 29, 1994, and even after that, with my current "People's Justice Department," Freedom Watch (www.freedomwatchusa.org) I never thought that the nation would sink to the low ethical, moral, irreligious, and lawless level that we now find ourselves confronting. And, while I am a perpetual optimist — I do what I do because I believe that we can be much better — I am disgusted by not just by our compromised, cowardly, and mostly corrupt political elite in Washington, D.C., and in state capitals, but also our legal system. Without a functioning, neutral, and honest judiciary at both the federal and state levels, We the People, short of having to wage another revolution, are left defenseless.

Most conservatives believe that this third branch of government, the judiciary, was intended by our Founding Fathers to be the weakest of the three branches, subservient to the executive and legislative branches. I am not one of those! Although on behalf of my clients and the public interest, I have had to regrettably fight with many of them over the last 40 years since I became a member of the legal bar, judges in my opinion are, in principle, our most important public servants as they were intended to protect us from the tyranny of government and also ourselves. But this is not how it turned out, however well intended were Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Franklin and their fellow patriots.


Posted September 14, 2017, at 6:31 PM Eastern (1 week ago)
Stinchfield on NRATV
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Freedom Watch's Larry Klayman tells Grant how he is getting justice for one victim of Antifa's violence. Stinchfield airs live on NRATV weekdays at the top of the hour.




Posted September 14, 2017, at 11:13 AM Eastern (1 week ago)
By Brooke Singman
Fox News
Newly disclosed emails expose fresh examples of pay to play at the Clinton State Department, a conservative watchdog group said Thursday.

The emails, from Clinton aide Huma Abedin's account, were among 1,600 documents turned over by the State Department in connection with Judicial Watch's Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.


Posted September 14, 2017, at 11:12 AM Eastern (1 week ago)
Fox News
Sen. Lindsey Graham threatened Thursday to subpoena James Comey, in the latest escalation in Republicans' effort to haul back the former FBI director to Capitol Hill so he can address alleged discrepancies in his testimony about the Hillary Clinton email case.

"He's coming one way or the other," Graham, R-S.C., told Fox News' "America's Newsroom."


Posted September 13, 2017, at 6:36 PM Eastern (1 week ago)
By Peter Beaumont
the Guardian
An attack by the son of the Israeli prime minister on his family's critics has backfired after he posted a cartoon on social media that contained elements described as "blatantly antisemitic."

Yair Netanyahu had already gained a controversial reputation for crudely trolling his parents' enemies before his latest intervention, which has spawned days of hostile media coverage.


Posted September 13, 2017, at 2:51 PM Eastern (1 week ago)
By Larry Klayman
Newsmax
As a former prosecutor of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), founder of Judicial Watch and now Freedom Watch, and its current general counsel and chairman, last Monday I filed a complaint before the Office of Professional Responsibility and Inspector General of the DOJ, demanding an investigation and the eventual removal and prosecution of Special Counsel Robert Mueller for he and his conflicted staff — which are Democrat/Clinton political campaign donors and supporters in large part — having illegally leaked grand jury information to harm President Trump, his family, and former and present colleagues.

The Justice Department's Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) and Inspector General (IG) are charged with investigating and remedying unethical and illegal behavior by the Special Counsel, his office, and other DOJ lawyers and staff. Special Counsel Mueller derives his authority and powers from the DOJ, as he was appointed by Deputy Attorney General (DAG) Rod Rosenstein — not coincidentally President Barack Obama's former U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland.

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