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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Eric Holder
When U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was serving as deputy attorney general at the Justice Department under then-president Bill Clinton, he refused to endorse a local initiative in Richmond, Virginia, credited by locals for dramatically reducing gun violence in their city.
With Attorney General Eric Holder at the legal helm, and a pro-amnesty chief executive in the White House, it's hard to know how this whole border fiasco is going to end -- and specifically, whether peace will prevail. Mr. Holder's already defined the issue of immigration in terms of civil rights -- and tame-sounding term to the contrary, civil rights movements generally come with an offshoot attachment of chaotic and even violent resistance.
Attorney General Eric Holder threw down the race card and said on national television that at least some of the political resistance he and President Obama face is due to the color of their skin.
Attorney General Eric Holder has vowed to continue a wide-ranging credit card fraud probe amid heightened congressional scrutiny and charges that the probe is putting legitimate companies — like gun sellers — out of business.
Nobody should hesitate to throw the book at former IRS official Lois Lerner.
A federal judge dismissed several claims from a former Portland resident who said he was tortured in the United Arab Emirates at the behest of the FBI and put on the U.S. government's no-fly list.
Reducing the amount of time low-level drug offenders serve in jail will lead to fewer drug kingpins getting convicted and increase the amount of crime on the nation's streets, a former U.S. attorney testified Friday before a House panel — a direct contradiction of Attorney General Eric Holder's push to lower mandatory minimums.
Several states are refusing to comply with a federal law designed to reduce sexual assaults in prison, with governors criticizing the decade-old law as counterproductive and too expensive to implement.
Fox News' Bob Beckel suggested Monday that Condoleezza Rice, the first female and first black secretary of state, is not a good icon for young black people because she didn't grow up in the "ghetto."
China slammed the U.S. Monday for indicting five Chinese Army officials on hacking charges, saying Washington's move was "ungrounded and absurd" and that Beijing is responding by halting participation in joint cyber talks pursued by officials from both sides over the past year.
U.S. authorities charged five Chinese military personnel with hacking American businesses’ computers to steal trade secrets and gain a competitive advantage — the first time in U.S. history that criminal charges have been filed against another country for cyber-espionage.
The U.S. Justice Department has filed criminal charges against a handful of government authorities in China, alleging they've stolen U.S. trade secrets via cyber warfare.
Attorney General Eric Holder says subtle, institutionalized racism has a more "pernicious" effect than the occasional bigoted outburst.
At least 40 American veterans are dead thanks to bureaucratic delays at Veterans Affairs clinics.
Attorney General Eric Holder said Thursday that all schools must enroll illegal immigrants as students, citing "troubling reports" that some districts are discriminating against the children of undocumented parents.