President Trump and his lawyers have stalled long enough, and the time has come to subpoena the president.
It’s time to remove J. Edgar Hoover’s name from the FBI’s headquarters in Washington D.C.
The United States spends a lot of money protecting the life of the president. As the most powerful man in the nation and the leader of the free world, the investment is entirely appropriate. He is constantly at risk from those who would do him harm.
There is the bipartisan pretense that the FBI is the only government agency in Washington that is above reproach.
Something has gone terribly wrong with the social justice movement.
Taken at face value, the new ATF guidance is thus nothing more than a restatement of existing legal requirements.
American lawyers have never been accused of lacking creativity in seeking to justify the nefarious deeds of their clients.
If you ask, corporate criminal defense attorneys will tell you — as they have told me — the one thing their corporate clients want to avoid when facing off against the federal government is an admission of wrongdoing — to have to plead guilty to the crimes they have committed.