When progressives are given the opportunity to put one of our own into an obscure-but-powerful position, it is critical to carpe diem. In New York, one of those opportunities has emerged in the form of Eric Schneiderman.
Whether the issue is immigration, voting rights, drug laws, or anything else, there's an even greater threat involved in the administration's approach. Our very rule of law is threatened by the Obama edicts of not enforcing laws.
The Arizona immigration law will take effect Thursday with an appeal likely. Stan Garnett, the Boulder County District Attorney who is running for attorney general of Colorado, was asked about such legislation.
Our state's chief executives are tripping over themselves rationalizing BP's actions. The jury is out on whether BP has taken 'all the right actions,' as Mr. Abbott claims. BP certainly has not been accurate in its statements.
Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee today urged AG Eric Holder to stick to his initial determination that the alleged 9/11 plotters should be tried in civilian court, and not bow to partisan politics on what should be a legal determination.