Justice Department Employee Wins Award Over Port Chester Republicans Incredibly Stupid Decision To Hire A Couple Of Real Estate Lawyers To Take On The United States Justice Department.
Rye City Republican Chairman Anthony Piscionere And Aldo "The Patronage Boy" Vitagliano Used $750,000 Of Port Chester Tax Dollars To Help A Justice Department Employee Get An Award.
"Way To Go Aldo" - The True Blue Conservative
Acting Attorney General Peter Keisler presided over the Civil Rights Division Awards Ceremony today in recognition of the outstanding achievements of its employees over the past year....
...the Walter Barnett Memorial Award for exceptional accomplishments in written or oral advocacy, including his involvement in the following Section 2 lawsuits: United States v. Osceola County, Fla.; United States v. Ike Brown, et al.; United States v. City of Euclid, Ohio; and United
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the Voting Section, the Section had a remarkably productive year in FY 2007, filing 13 new lawsuits as compared to an average annual rate of 8 new lawsuits per year.
In addition, the Division is currently defending the constitutionality of the Voting Rights Act in a federal court challenge in D.C.
Port Chester Should NOT Waste Any More Tax Dollars On This Voting Rights Lawsuit.
The Justice Department Is Winning All Of These Voting Rights Lawsuits.
We Should Take The Districts And See How The Current Constitutional Case Goes In Washington D.C.
We Can Take The Districts Now And If The Justice Department Loses The Constitutional Challenge In Federal Court Port Chester Could Then Go Back To At Large Elections If It Wanted Too.
This Solution Will Cost $0
Going Ahead With An Appeal Will Cost The Single Family Home Owner's Of Port Chester Millions Of Tax Dollars.
Let Some Other Rich Community Appeal The Justice Department Decision.
99% Of The Communities Sued By The Department Of Justice Decided NOT To Appeal The Judges Decision.