NR Daily: Democrats Bully Barr

Contempt of Congress or contempt of court? Barr is like a restaurant patron staring at a menu with just two choices: arsenic salad or cream of cyanide.

May 11 2019



Democrats Bully Barr

Deroy Murdock

House Democrats have forced Barr to steer between the Scylla of contempt of court and the Charybdis of contempt of Congress. Read More


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