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AG Barr: ‘Bottom Line’ From Mueller Report Is ‘No Collusion’

AG Barr: ‘Bottom Line’ From Mueller Report Is ‘No Collusion’

By CHUCK ROSS, Reporter Attorney General William Barr reiterated at a press conference Thursday that special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence to establish that President Donald Trump or members of his campaign colluded with Russians to influence the 2016 election. “After nearly two years of investigation, thousands of subpoenas, and hundreds of warrants and witness […]

Justice Department Delivers Mueller Conclusions To Congress – No Collusion

Justice Department Delivers Mueller Conclusions To Congress – No Collusion

By CHUCK ROSS, Reporter   Attorney General William Barr delivered a report of the special counsel’s Russia investigation to Congress on Sunday. By far the most significant finding in the four-page letter is that the special counsel did not find evidence that President Trump or members of his campaign conspired with Russians to influence the 2016 […]

California Court Upholds Attorney General’s Demand for Donor Information

California Court Upholds Attorney General’s Demand for Donor Information

Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability  The California Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed the position of the California Attorney General stating that charities located or doing business in California must provide a copy of their unredacted Form 990 Schedule B with their annual report filed with the Attorney General. The submitted information includes the […]

California Attorney General Appeals To Keep Assisted Suicide Legal

California Attorney General Appeals To Keep Assisted Suicide Legal

  GRACE CARR, Reporter California’s Attorney General Xavier Becerra appealed a judge’s ruling on assisted suicide in an effort to make physician-assisted suicide legal once more in The Golden State. The AG’s appeal comes after Judge Daniel Ottolia ruled May 15 that California’s lawmakers had not passed the measure properly, thus overturning a Californian’s right […]

GOP Attorney General Candidate Coming to Redlands

GOP Attorney General Candidate Coming to Redlands

REDLANDS – Judge Steven Bailey, a leading Republican candidate for Attorney General, will address the Redlands Tea Party Patriots on April 5. “Judge Bailey is a great candidate and conservative,” said John Berry, cabinet member for the Redlands Tea Party Patriots. “He very well – despite running in deep-blue California — could become the next […]

Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Sessions’ Anti-Sanctuary Lawsuit

Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Sessions’ Anti-Sanctuary Lawsuit

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What a Year! Trump’s Accomplishments and the President may never visit California – The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Dec. 23-29/Day 345-351) Week 49

What a Year! Trump’s Accomplishments and the President may never visit California – The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Dec. 23-29/Day 345-351) Week 49

By Michael Hernandez   Saturday, December 23  (Day 345): Congressman:  FBI “extreme pro-Hillary Clinton bias” “I can certainly say that my impression after these (Judicial Committee) interviews is that there was extreme pro-Hillary Clinton bias,” said Rep. Matt Gaetez (R-FL) “that benefitted her in this investigation and that she received special treatment as a consequence […]

Ventura County District Attorney Joins California Innocence Project in Recognizing Wrongful Conviction Day

Ventura County District Attorney Joins California Innocence Project in Recognizing Wrongful Conviction Day

Ventura County District Attorney  . VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten joins the California Innocence Project in recognizing October 2, 2017, as Wrongful Conviction Day.  In October 2012, the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office designated a Conviction Integrity Deputy to review claims of factual innocence and formalized a process to review such claims.  The Ventura […]

House Judiciary Committee requests another special Counsel

House Judiciary Committee requests another special Counsel

By George Miller In an extraordinary letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney-General Rod J.Rosenstein, The House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary has requested an additional Special Counsel. This time it would be to investigate what they say are other neglected problems surrounding the last Presidential election campaign.  The letter remarked on […]

Firing Jeff Sessions Would Send a Chilling Signal to Trump’s Supporters

Firing Jeff Sessions Would Send a Chilling Signal to Trump’s Supporters

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has had a rough few weeks. He already ran afoul of many conservatives last week when he announced that the Department of Justice would increase the usage of federal civil asset forfeiture. This controversial policy, justified as a law enforcement measure, often leads to property being seized from people neither charged […]

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