The Washington Times - February 9, 2011, 10:14AM

This editorial page has been second to none in reporting on the vast array of questionable goings-on at the Obama/Holder Justice Department, from the Black Panther controversy to overall race-based decision-making to a failure to adequately ensure military voting rights and to the preponderance of lawyers at DoJ who once worked (or whose firms worked) to represent or defend accused terrorist detainees. Three of the finest experts on these topics in the country, each of whom this page has quoted a number of times, will be on a panel at CPAC this Saturday at 9 a.m. EST, and I will be privileged to moderate it.
The panelists are Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation, Andrew McCarthy of National Review, and election lawyer/whistleblower J. Christian Adams. All three are former Justice Department officials. If you can find a live video, tune in. If you are at CPAC, please come on by. It’ll be a most enlightening hour.