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Mark Corallo
Mark Corallo, a former senior U.S. Justice Department official under Attorney General John Ashcroft, currently runs a consulting company in Alexandria, Virginia.
by | Dec 20, 2005

Thanks (today) to the WSJ editorial page for finally publishing the facts about the President's legal and constitutional authority to conduct warrantless searches: "The allegation of Presidential law-breaking rests solely on the fact that Mr. Bush authorized wiretaps without first…

by | Dec 13, 2005

The Washington Times' Jerry Seper reports this morning on the guilty plea entered by former top State Department official Donald Keyser for "unlawfully removing classified U.S. government documents, including some 'top secret' material, and to making false official statements." Keyser,…

by | Dec 9, 2005

True to Lewis. True to the story. Most of all, true to the best spirit of movie-making. Last night’s lucky audience at the Springfield AMC Theater — the first people in the DC area to see The Lion, The Witch…

by | Dec 8, 2005

We dragged the kids on a shopping trip before Thanksgiving — Mommy needed something to wear to a Christmas party. For once, my 3 little ones behaved themselves (no small feat) while Mommy tried on various outfits. The boy (age…

by | Dec 7, 2005

So let’s get this straight — McCain said that no good information comes from torture because they (the torturees) will “say what they thnk you want to hear to stop the pain.” Imus asked about the exception for an impending…

by | Dec 2, 2005

The Washington Post has outdone itself in disingenuous reporting. Today’s front page, above-the-fold headline “Justice Staff Saw Texas Districting as Illegal” is the one of the most agenda driven news stories of the year. Dan Eggen only finds news at…

by | Nov 30, 2005

Will someone please explain how Jack Murtha caused an uproar and Joe Lieberman was largely ignored? That’s a rhetorical question… Meanwhile, POTUS gives another great speech at the Naval Academy and the cables have gone out of their way to…

by | Nov 22, 2005

John Kerry attacking Vice President Cheney for allegedly lying about pre-war intelligence is about as credible as Ted Kennedy lecturing anyone on drunk driving or the proper way to treat young waitresses. The Junior Senator from Massachussets launched his political…

by | Nov 18, 2005

Dear Congressman Murtha:      I’m sorry you feel the way you do. But I’m sorrier that your party leaders have co-opted you, your valiant war record and your credibility on military matters over your congressional career, in their attempt to mislead…

by | Nov 15, 2005

Will someone please tell the 9-11 Commission members that we are all sick and tired of their desperate attempts to stay relevant? They have become a national embarrassment. First, they whitewashed Jamie Gorelick’s role as Deputy Attorney General under Janet…

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