Worse Than Watergate, Part II

May 23, 2007
If Attorney General Alberto Gonzales wasn't in enough trouble already, he now has to deal with the fallout from his disgraceful behavior in John Ashcroft's hospital room in March of 2004, when Gonzales attempted to strong-arm Ashcroft into reauthorizing the domestic surveillance program implemented by the White House after 9/11 -- as Ashcroft lay ailing on his sickbed.

Gonzales: We May Prosecute Journalists

May 23, 2006
Atty. Gen. Alberto Gonzales says that the Bush White House may go after journalists who report on national security-related matters. "There are some statutes on the book which, if you read the language carefully, would seem to indicate that that is a possibility." Funny: There are lots of FISA statutes that you don't have to read particularly carefully to learn that spying on Americans without warrants is illegal.