Judge Jeanine Pirro delivered an impassioned Opening Statement on last night's 'Justice.' She not only called for the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder, but also said that he face charges for recent press scandals and Operation Fast and Furious.
The House Judiciary Committee is investigating whether or not Attorney General Eric Holder lied under oath about his involvement in the prosecution of journalists for the disclosure of materials, officials said Tuesday. The latest development comes amid calls from both Democrats and Republicans for the attorney general to step down from his office.
In light of the recent DOJ scandals involving the Associated Press and Fox News, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) raised questions about how a journalist should be defined in this day and age of blogs, Twitter and so many other social media platforms.
Judge Andrew Napolitano stopped by Fox and Friends this morning to give us his take on how far the First Amendment's protection of journalists should go. He argued that even someone who is not a paid journalist, but is doing research in search of "the truth" about a certain subject should be able to protect sources just as a pa
Steve Doocy got Judge Andrew Napolitano's take on the Obama administration's crackdown on the media, including Fox News reporter James Rosen.
Napolitano once again expressed disbelief that the government's argument - that Rosen may have committed a crime by obtaining classified information from a State Department source on North Korea - was made and then accepted by a judge who issued a search warrant for Rosen's phone records and emails.
"It's inconceivable that James committed a crime and the FBI ought to have known it, and the U.S. attorney ought to have known the law. And the federal judge who signed the search warrant should have rejected the search warrant based upon that rubbish!" he said.
‘On the Record’ host Greta Van Susteren joined Neil Cavuto to react to the DOJ’s seizure of phone records tied to several Fox News phone lines. This was done in addition to the DOJ’s tracking of Fox News correspondent James Rosen, whose movements were monitored and emails were searched in connection with a leak at the State Department.
Watch the latest report from Shannon Bream on just how far the Justice Department apparently went in its tracking of Fox News. In addition to seizing phone records and emails of reporter James Rosen, the government also monitored Rosen's parents' home phone line in Staten Island, N.Y.