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(Op-Ed, February 7, 2016) The opinions expressed here are for educational purposes only and do not constitute the rendering of legal advice.  While this blog post does advocate concern for the existence of the following material, only a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request could potentially ferret out the purposes of such.  540 more words


As Others See Us.

Mr. Wolf also attributes to identitarians a wish to “promote the interests of white people and European culture.” I doubt he objects to the promotion of European culture, but he may feel different about the promotion of white interests as such. 340 more words


Africa's largest mobile operator has hired Eric Holder to take on the Nigerian government

The legal tussle between Nigerian regulators and MTN, Africa’s largest mobile operator has taken yet another turn. According to reports, the telecoms company has hired Eric Holder, the former US attorney general, to help it fight a record $3.9 billion fine imposed by the Nigerian Communications Commission for failing to disconnect unregistered sim cards. 270 more words

Guess where in the world Former AG Eric Holder is working?

Former Attorney General Holder we learn, is now sitting on easy street. Buried in the story regarding Holder’s endorsement of Clinton we find where he landed. 340 more words


Hillary Clinton Recruits Eric Holder for New Campaign Ad

Hillary Clinton enlisted former Attorney General Eric Holder for her first campaign ad in South Carolina, an early-voting state with a significant African-American population.

Holder, who served as deputy attorney general under President Bill Clinton and in the Obama Cabinet alongside Hillary Clinton from 2009 to 2013, touts his long relationship with her in the ad, titled “25 Years.” 130 more words

Former Atty. Gen. Eric Holder uses Race Card to Endorse Hillary

Democratic politicians use the gender and race cards to further their political aspirations.  This has divided the Country into “warring” factions and significantly hindered America’s social progress and economic growth. 220 more words


Was 'Project Longevity' a Gang Stalking Operation?

Less than three weeks before the December 14, 2012 Newtown school shooting, the Obama administration’s Department of Justice and Connecticut state officials introduced “Project Longevity,” a “comprehensive initiative” coordinating federal, state, and local government agencies and non-government personnel to purportedly “reduce gun violence in Connecticut’s major cities … New Haven, Hartford and Bridgeport.” But was the program solely about preventing gun violence, or was it a cover for an intricate gang stalking operation used to set the stage for the Sandy Hook event and intimidate participants and the local citizenry into silence in the aftermath? 1,353 more words