Category: United States Department of Justice

When the Rule of Law Becomes the Rule of One

Unfortunately for Judge Garaufis, this track record shows the degree to which his decisions can be fueled by emotion and simultaneously demonstrates a potential vendetta or outside motive to inhibit justice in some cases, such as that with Ms. Bronfman

Justice Department will weigh on prosecuting FBI agents in Nassar case

The US Department of Justice will now weigh in on the prosecuting of FBI agents in the Nassar case. The Justice Department is now reviewing its decision not to prosecute FBI agents who failed to pursue sexual abuse changes in 2015. Decisions will be taken on the case giant the former United States Gymnastics physician…

The American Electoral College System: How It Works and Why It Was Implemented

What is the Electoral College? How does the Electoral College Work? Opinions vary when it comes to the Electoral College’s role in selecting the President of the United States, and for good reason. America’s founders may have had good intentions when they included this step in the election process, but is it still relevant today? …

Top 10 Corruption Scandals in the United States

Corruption occurs when a person in a position of power attempts to give themselves an advantage by leveraging their position. A conflict of interest occurs when a person stands to personally benefit from their public role. Both corruption and conflicts of interest have a deep impact on public welfare. Corruption on the part of large…