The FBI will not recommend that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton be indicted for her use of a private e-mail server — regardless of the fact that she certainly violated the law and risked national security. FBI Director James Comey said on Tuesday that the FBI was unable to find any evidence that Clinton intended to break the law and that “no reasonable prosecutor would bring” charges in this case. However, incredibly, in his same statement he actually acknowledged that Clinton did break the law.

A police detective's testimony regarding the conduct of the procecution in the Freddie Gray murder trial lends weight to the effort to have State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby disbarred.

State Attorney Marilyn Mosby couldn't have done more damage to the justice system in Baltimore if she had deliberately intended it.

A nightclub shooting in South Carolina turned out quite differently from the massacre in Orlando — because a good man in the South Carolina nightclub also had a gun.

In its final report on the death of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans in Libya, the GOP-controlled House Select Committee on Benghazi failed to provide meaningful answers or accountability on the most serious issues and questions surrounding the attack. Chief among those issues was the Obama administration's bizarre and unconstitutional decision, based on a United Nations resolution, to ally itself with al-Qaeda and other jihadists in the war on a former U.S. terror-war ally, Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi.

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