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Civil Rights Commission vs. DoJ

Jennifer Rubin has great reporting here about how the U.S. Civil Rights Commission will keep the heat on the Department of Justice about the Black Panthers case. Good for the commission. This commission is superb. Of course, the coming clash should not be necessary in the first place. It is necessary only because Eric Holder, the Attorney Generally Corrupt, is in charge of trampling on the law for Obamite political purposes. Poetic justice would have a pre-dawn raid catch him in a closet while a big gun is being waved in his face supposedly for his own safety (a la Elian Gonzalez), but methinks that is unlikely. Still, the man is a menace. Anything the Civil Rights Commission can do to undermine his Reign or (deliberate) Error, in favor a return to lawfulness, would be most welcome.

Now, this is VERY strange: I just went to try to provide links to the Washington Times’ groundbreaking coverage of the Panther case. EVERY other story at the Times site works fine, but when I try to call up ANY of the news stories or editorials on the Panther case — and there are about ten of them — I get an error message every time. An error message, that is, ONLY for the Panther stories, but for no other stories on the entire WashTimes site.  I am no computer wiz, but this seems mighty suspicious to me. Somebody from outside the Wash Times is monkeying, or panthering, with its site, I would wager. ….

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