From RedState, By: LaborUnionReport, September 20th, 2012 – Earlier this week, arrests were made and RICO charges filed against four Boston-area Teamsters for “committing multiple acts of extortion and racketeering among other crimes.” While news of a 30-count indictment always generates a fair amount of buzz, the fact is, regardless how much money the Teamsters spend on Democrat politicians, corruption is still alive and well within Hoffa’s union.
From CFIF.org, By Quin Hillyer, April 25 2012 - Corrupt Attorney General Eric Holder’s war on white people continues. In its latest installment, the Justice Department on Monday sued the city of Jacksonville, FL, to force the city to jettison the written promotion exams in its fire department. According to Holder and his leading racialist instigator, civil rights division chief Thomas Perez, black people can’t be expected to decipher written questions about firefighting, and it is therefore against the law to ask them to do so.
In today’s Justice Department, the soft bigotry of low expectations has joined with the hard bigotry of seeing whites as racists to create a toxic brew of racial tension. The Jacksonville case follows the atrocious DoJ interference in a similar case in New York City, in which Holder’s team has argued for explicit racial quotas and demanded that black applicants be accepted to the fire academy even if they miss 70 percent of simple test questions.
Examiner.com, by Jeffrey Klein, March 26, 2012 - New facts and information have leaked out lately, causing the foundation of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s Department of Justice to crumble beneath his feet–especially at ATF and FBI–due to their primary leadership roles in the ill-conceived, negligently executed “Operation Fast and Furious.”
As a reminder, these agencies allowed about 2,000 military assault weapons to be purchased and transported by members of the Mexican drug cartels,
who seem to operate freely on either side of our ‘more secure than its’ ever been’ southern border. Some of these weapons were used to murder border patrol agent Brian Terry, and tens of thousands of Mexicans.