Injustice by J. Christian Adams
Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department

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The Department of Justice Watches Over the Law
But Who Watches the Watchmen?

The Department of Justice is America’s premier federal law enforcement agency. And according to J. Christian Adams, it’s also a base used by leftwing radicals to impose a fringe agenda on the American people.

A five-year veteran of the DOJ and a key attorney in pursuing the New Black Panther voter intimidation case, Adams recounts the shocking story of how a once-storied federal agency, the DOJ’s Civil Rights division has degenerated into a politicized fiefdom for far-left militants, where the enforcement of the law depends on the race of the victim.

In Injustice, Adams reveals:
The inside story of how the Obama DOJ spiked the voter intimidation lawsuit against the New Black Panther Party—and the Panthers’ little-known public appearance with Obama
How the Obama administration changed DOJ hiring policy to ensure radical leftists would dominate the Civil Rights Division
The Obama DOJ’s bizarre agenda, from insisting on kids’ rights to attend school dressed as transvestites, to litigating for teachers’ rights to take paid vacations to Mecca
How the DOJ has repeatedly sided with political bosses who flagrantly disenfranchise entire communities of white voters
Why the DOJ’s fixation on racial grievance threatens the integrity of the 2012 elections

If you thought the federal government was dedicated to race-neutral equal protection, Injustice will set you straight. This searing indictment of government malfeasance unveils the astonishing political extremism and outright lawlessness that now infects on of the government’s most powerful agencies. With everything from civil rights laws to America’s voting system at risk, Adams sound the alarm on a gathering threat to our nation’s future.

About J. Christian Adams

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J. Christian Adams served for five years as an attorney in the Voting Section of the United States Department of Justice. In that capacity he brought cases to protect a wide variety of racial minorities including blacks Hispanics and the first ever application of the Voting Rights Act to protect white voters. A former general counsel to the South Carolina Secretary of State he is now a practicing attorney and contributing writer to Pajamas Media.
Published October 3, 2011 by Regnery Publishing. 306 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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As Christian Adams chronicles in his powerful book, "Injustice," President Obama and his attorney general, Eric H. Holder Jr., have mounted an alarming assault on the rule of law in this country. Across federal agencies, evenhanded law enforcement has given way to our president's explicitly state...

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In other chapters in his book he writes about various DOJ actions in a number of states as well as “disenfranchising tens of thousands of military voters.” He believes to protect military voters the enforcement of military voting laws should be moved out of the Civil Rights Division to the Civil...

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According to sources inside the Voting Section, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Julie Fernandes has implemented a new Section 5 process that shifts massive power to approve state laws into the DOJ’s political ranks.

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Limbaugh notes that the human and divine perception of evil come together in the wisdom of Joseph and the future nation of Israel.

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