The Politicization of the Department of Justice

Harmeet K. Dhillon

As a graduate of the Univ of VA Law School, I would be remiss in speaking about the Constitution & the Bill of Rights without quoting Thomas Jefferson, who wrote: “the most sacred of the duties of a government [is] to do equal & impartial justice to all its citizens.”

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We must find a way to return our Dept of Justice to that central principle of American constitutionalism, as it carries out its duties in the name of Lady Liberty. 

That was the last paragraph.
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imprimis.hillsdale.edu/the-pol

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@SusanInVA —Right before I saw your post, I received an email from Hillsdale featuring the article.

Harmeet definitely hit the nail on the head with this issue.

The American Justice system is seriously fractured and in danger of collapse. Specifically under the current regime in DC.

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