Now, if only the media would catch up, do their jobs of balanced reporting, and report this very important fact…
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Eric Holder had to send an unbelievably embarrassing memo to his DOJ staff that shouldn’t even be necessary, telling them not to hire prostitutes.
FBI statistics show that about 99.95 percent of law enforcement agencies in the US arrest black people at a higher rate than white people.
Jon Stewart hammered the hypocrisy of Fox “News” so hard on Thursday night that he literally dropped a mic at the end of the segment.
“The time has come to end the practice of using law enforcement as a cash register, a practice that has impacted too many Americans and has disproportionately affected minority and low-income communities.”
A new bill co-sponsored by Senators, Booker, Gillibrand and Paul, would change the way marijuana is treated under federal law. This is long past due.
The Department of Justice report proves the FPD doesn’t think #Black Lives Matter
Finally, let’s jail the banksters!
It looks as though Darren Wilson will not have any charges pressed against him by the Justice Department after all.
During a burglary investigation, an Albuquerque police officer somehow managed to shoot an innocent man in the back. This troubled police department is once again investigating one of their own.
“As a matter of international law, the U.S. is legally obliged to bring those responsible to justice.” – Ben Emmerson, U.N. Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism
TYT’s Anna Kasparian and Cenk Uygur discuss Ferguson Police getting banned from wearing the most offensive fashion accessory ever.
WATCH: Was Alfred Wright Killed By Texas White Supremacists? Justice Department Now Investigating Death
Alfred Wright, a man who went missing in Jasper Texas, was found with a slit throat, missing an ear and teeth. Officials ruled his death a ‘drug overdose.’
Eric Holder announced that the DOJ will update federal banking policies, making it possible for banks to serve legal pot sellers without fear of prosecution.
Anyone who has followed the economic breakdown since 2008 has pondered a simple question. Why haven’t any bank executives been prosecuted? U.S District Judge Jed Rakoff asks the same question in a recent piece published in the New York Review of Books. It has been five years since the […]
The government has a new spy satellite, which launched last week. The payload of NROL-39 is classified (naturally) but the logo on the outside has tripped the radar of both historians and conspiracy nuts. The octopus, with its tentacles spread over the globe, brings with it some very interesting […]
Kasiem Walters, spokesperson for Communities For Police Reform (CPR) and the first subject in a series of recent videos promoting reform of New York’s Stop & Frisk Policy, knows a thing or two about gang activity. After all, the eighteen-year-old Brooklyn native has been stopped and frisked by the NYPD more […]
Attorney General Eric Holder called the governors of Colorado and Washington Wednesday morning with the surprising yet welcome announcement over marijuana.
‘They are doing what we asked them to do, investigate the leak.’ – Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) on DoJ surveillance of Associated Press.