WASHINGTON -- Last April, a dozen HIV/AIDS activists chained themselves together inside the office of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) and we...
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Only when we join together and insist that enough is enough will we be put George W. Bush and his co-conspirators in their place: out of the bookstores and behind bars, where they belong.
Wall Street has wriggled off the hook with a little help from their friends, and is winning the new "class war." Meanwhile, 2.1 million Americans can't even get unemployment benefits extended.
The industry has already figured out how to get around the new law even before it is passed, as expected. What will the Democrats have to give up for needed votes?
The financial reformers in Washington, most of the media, and even the progressive movement have downplayed the issue of fraud even as more Banksters went to jail in the S&L years than now.
"While murder is a dark and painful act," said Mr. Obama, "I see no point in looking backward to prosecute those who have committed it in the past."
I have no hesitation in asserting that Judge Bybee should be subjected to impeachment proceedings, and that Bybee, Yoo, Addington et al. should face disbarment proceedings.
Many people asked a version of the following question: "if we don't have prosecutions of Bush officials, what will stop people next time?," often with a reference to the Nixon or Iran-Contra pardons.
There are two reasons prosecuting the Bush administration is a bad idea, one that has to do with the nature of the alleged crimes and the other that has to do with the consequences for the country.
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