“I believe that I did the right thing, and I would do it again,” Wasserman Schultz said
The government watchdog organization Judicial Watch has worked to get more information from the federal government about Bill Clinton’s shady meeting with then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch on an airport tarmac in Arizona. The Justice Department has released talking points developed by the Obama administration, except much of the material is redacted:
Why would you need to redact any information about two people chatting about their grandkids?
“First, the Comey FBI lied to us. Last July, we sent FOIA requests to both the Comey FBI and the Lynch DOJ asking for any documents related to the Clinton Lynch plane meeting. The FBI, under the then directorship of James Comey, quickly replied that ‘No records responsive to your request were located.’”
Liz McDonald: The big bombshell in this is the Washington Post reporter saying, “I am hoping I can put it to rest. The New York Times reporter apologetically says he is being pressed into service to cover the story… A DOJ press official says, “I talked with the ABC producer he said he’s not interesting in covering it even if FOX goes with it.”
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that a Michigan woman has no basis to sue the Detroit Police Department (DPD) for shooting her three dogs because they were not properly licensed.
After studying the move for three years, the South Bend Police Department plans to buy officer body cameras.
For one week every month, Handsome Her, a bakery owned by Alex O’Brien, lays out three rules for their customers, one of them being an extra 18 percent tax for the male patrons, Broadsheet reported Friday.
American flag wrap from mailbox By Lucia I. Suarez Sang Published August 03, 2017 Fox News A mailbox covered with the American flag is at the center of a dispute brewing between a retired U.S. veteran and a homeowners association in Florida. Retired U.S. Navy Officer John Ackert says he received a letter last week from the Southwood Residential Community Associate in Tallahassee that asked him to remove the wrapping of Old Glory around the mailbox or face penalties. He told WCTV he’s not backing down without a fight and has made an appeal. “I view this as a form of bullying to be honest,” Ackert said. “And I think people should stand up to bullying of any form, and particularly this.” NOW PLAYING Homeowners receive hate mail for flying American flag Close Ackert said the H.O.A claimed his mailbox was not “in consonance” with the aesthetic values of Southwood.