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by | Sep 22, 2022

What is it with New York attorneys general? Is there something in the Albany water supply that makes them crazed crooks? Pick a recent New York attorney general: Eliot Spitzer, Andrew Cuomo, and Eric Schneiderman. Democrats all, they ran into…

by | Sep 9, 2022

In September 1964 — 58 years ago — Robert F. Kennedy resigned as attorney general to prepare to run for a Senate seat in New York. Kennedy’s name is emblazoned on the Department of Justice’s building in the nation’s capital….

by | Nov 11, 2021

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel issued a playful apology Wednesday after she was so drunk at the Michigan-Michigan State football game on October 30 that she left the game “so as to prevent me from vomiting on any of my…

by | Sep 18, 2020

When E. F. Hutton speaks, people listen. When William Barr speaks, call an electrician. Mental circuits trip and temperament fuses blow. The attorney general, bucking the behavior of attorneys generally, displays all the emotion of a mortician, approaches an audience…

by | Jul 29, 2020

What an Attorney General we finally, finally have! It has been such a long time. I always had felt that, after two Trump terms, I would be delighted to vote for a Pence–Huckabee ticket. But, heck, put William Barr on any ticket — top…

by | Jul 18, 2019

That former California Attorney General Kamala Harris is surging in the Democratic presidential polls tells us one not very surprising thing: Democrats are situational when it comes to concerns about “authoritarianism.” A few progressive writers have pointed it out, but most…

by | May 9, 2017

The Leftists are all atwitter over Sally Yates supposedly taking it to Ted Cruz during the Senate committee hearing about leaked emails associated with Russiagate (there is no Russiagate, there’s a Vivid Imagination Gate). This narrative is being built because…

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