Friday, July 14th, 2017

 

Loretta Lynch Let Russian Lawyer Into The Country Under ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’

  Obama DOJ Allowed Russian Lawyer Into The Country Under ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’ Jack Crowe The Russian lawyer at the center of the controversy surrounding the Trump administration was granted entry into the U.S. by the Obama Department of Justice under ‘extraordinary circumstances,’ inadvertently enabling a pro-Russian lobbying campaign that reached lawmakers, journalists and Department of State officials. Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya originally entered the country in October 2015 on a grant of immigration parole, a rare exemption which allowed her to enter the country without a visa and remain legallyRead More


Trump Makes Progress On Another Campaign Promise, Packing Courts With Conservative Judges

  Trump Makes Progress Packing Courts With Conservative Picks Kevin Daley Supreme Court Reporter A Senate panel cleared several of President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees Thursday, just hours before the White House announced its fifth slate of judicial candidates. The day was a productive one for an administration facing an unprecedented number of vacancies on federal courts. The Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance the confirmation of several Trump nominees to federal appeals courts Thursday morning. John Bush, a Louisville lawyer in private practice, and Damien Schiff, a public interestRead More