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'Dereliction of duty': Obama's worst scandal

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Andrew McCarthy reveals which presidential outrage tops them all

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New Corruption Charges Haunt AltaLink's Parent Company, SNC-Lavalin

Former SNC-Lavalin Vice-President Stephane Roy was arrested September 10 by Quebec’s anti-corruption unit and faces 11 charges in relation to alleged bribes from SNC to hospital officials to secure the lucrative McGill University super hospital contract in Montreal. 393 more words


McDonnell Found Guilty Of Obstruction Of Justice: New York Shopping Spree May Get Her Up To 20 Years

Last month we reported that Former Virginia Governor Robert F. McDonnell and his wife, Former First Lady Maureen McDonnell were standing trial for a 14 count political corruption indictment. 319 more words

Fashion Court

Who wants to be a Juror?

The time has come to bring back Jury trials for civil actions. Why, because we can’t trust our court system anymore. When you follow this blog you will soon undertsand why, if you haven’t already. 379 more words


IRS Says Emails "Lost" for Five More Employees in Investigations Into the Treatment of Conservative Groups

WASHINGTON (AP) — The IRS says it has lost emails from five more workers who are part of congressional investigations into the treatment of conservative groups that applied for tax exempt status. 100 more words

John Everett Fletcher, court witness testimony.

This post will be reserved for the sworn evidence given by John Everett Fletcher, a lawyer from Calgary who holds both a BC and Alberta lawyer’s License to practise law. 213 more words