Executive privilege on Townhall

Katie Kieffer - Mon Nov 9

Katie Pavlich - Tue Oct 1

Late Monday night, U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson denied a Department of Justice request to ?dismiss a lawsuit filed by the House Oversight Committee last summer over Operation Fast and Furious documents. ... more

Jonah Goldberg - Fri Sep 27

Bob Beauprez - Tue Aug 20

Guy Benson - Wed Sep 19

Edward White - Tue Jul 10

Overshadowed the past two weeks by the Supreme Court’s ObamaCareTax decision and the Fourth of July holiday was an important revelation that, since at least March 2010, senior Department of Justice officials knew about the gun-walking tactics used in Operation Fast and Furious and did nothing to stop it. ... more

Lurita Doan - Mon Jul 2

How disheartening to watch U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder maneuver, spin, duck, dodge and dissemble. Perhaps Holder still clings to the notion that he is serving the country and protecting the President, but his actions have pushed him well beyond that high ground. ... more

Katie Pavlich - Thu Jun 28

Paul Greenberg - Wed Jun 27

Executive Privilege. It's a constitutional principle but it might as well be an old dance, the steps are so familiar. ... more

Washington, DC - Wed Jun 27

Obama's hypocrisy on Executive Privilege is easy to see when reviewing his past statements. ... more

Crystal Wright - Fri Jun 22

Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA) reminded President Obama and his Attorney General Eric Holder that Obama isn’t King of the United States of America and can’t ignore the powers of Congress. After 14 months of refusing to give the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee documents relating to the Fast and Furious fiasco, the committee, chaired by Issa, voted to hold Holder in contempt this week. ... more

Katie Pavlich - Fri Jun 22