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DAILY WIRE: New Yorker Writer Blasts Effective Watchdog Group For ‘Targeting’ Biden Nominees

Monday, April 18, 2022 // Press

By Gabe Kaminsky, Apr 17, 2022, A writer for The New Yorker argues in a recent article that a watchdog group vetting Joe Biden’s nominees is doing so with occasional “racial overtones,” and laments the nonprofit’s “obstructionism” of what critics call the president’s “radical” agenda. The piece, published Saturday and written by Jane Mayer, […]

DAILY SIGNAL: Soft on Crime? Here’s Jackson’s Record on Sex Offenders and Other Criminals

Monday, March 21, 2022 // Press

Fred Lucas / @FredLucasWH / March 17, 2022 Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson once expressed concern about a “climate of fear, hatred, and revenge” surrounding sex offenders. Jackson later opposed the confinement conditions of a Taliban leader suspected of running a terrorist cell. The judge also routinely ruled against the Trump administration on immigration enforcement cases, as detailed here. Now, as President Joe Biden’s Supreme […]

Just the News: Biden SCOTUS nominee criticized ‘excessiveness’ of sex offender punishments

Monday, March 21, 2022 // Press

President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, admitted on a questionnaire for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee that she had authored a paper criticizing the “excessiveness” of sex offenders’ punishments, which she said could be “unfair and unnecessarily burdensome.” Jackson authored “Prevention Versus Punishment: Toward a Principled Distinction in the Restraint of […]

Air Force Nominee Ravi Chaudhary Focuses on Skin Color, Not Readiness for Military

Saturday, January 29, 2022 // Press

Ravi Chaudhary, nominee for Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Energy, and the Environment (SAF/IEE), is clearly a woke, progressive that plans to bring that ideology into his non-partisan position in the Air Force. Chaudhary believes that there is a new mantra or mission to be presented for the United States military: diversity and […]

Release: AAF Finds FBI Failed to Properly Vet Assistant Attorney General Nominee Kristen Clarke

Wednesday, May 19, 2021 // Press

FBI disregarded routine protocols by neglecting to interview key individuals connected to Clarke WASHINGTON, DC – The American Accountability Foundation (AAF)—an independent, non-partisan government watchdog—has discovered that the FBI disregarded routine protocols in its background investigation of Biden Justice Department nominee, Kristen Clarke. Specifically, the federal law enforcement agency failed to interview Clarke’s ex-husband, Reginald Avery. In its […]