Tag Archive: Hans von Spakovsky


Q&A On Scandals And Eric Holder

 

 

 

” Attorney General Eric Holder is head of the Department of Justice—in charge of enforcing the nation’s laws. So what happens when the head law enforcer gets caught up in questionable conduct?

 The Obama Administration is under scrutiny for the scandals of the IRS targeting conservative groups and the Justice Department investigating journalists, and Holder’s role is the focus of a lot of speculation. We sat down with Heritage senior legal fellow Hans von Spakovsky to get some context.

 A number of news organizations including the Associated Press, CNN, and The New York Times just refused to meet with Eric Holder “off the record” about guidelines for investigating journalists. Have we even begun to get to the bottom of this?”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When 1,099 felons vote in race won by 312 ballots

” Still, that’s a total of 243 people either convicted of voter fraud or awaiting trial in an election that
was decided by 312 votes. With 1,099 examples identified by Minnesota Majority, and with
evidence suggesting that felons, when they do vote, strongly favor Democrats, it doesn’t require a leap to suggest there might one day be
proof that Al Franken was elected on the strength of voter fraud. “