For Eric Holder, the Pressure is Rising

, The National Law Journal


Top Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee have launched an investigation into whether Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. lied to Congress when he testified on May 15 about his role in the "potential prosecution" of members of the press for publishing classified material.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    There's no question that AG Holder will eventually be thrown under the bus by the Chicago machine that is the Obama administration. But if trial balloon reports about James Comey's pending nomination materialize, listen for a crescendo of boos and raspberries from the diversity-obsessed, disparate impact-loving left when another white guy rises and a black guy is jettisoned.

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