Blogger E.M. labors diligently to keep certain colleagues honest in the language lawyers understand: grievances.
TGP targets those steeped in some of the most egregious conduct imaginable in a democracy. With the personal motto, “because ethics matter,” E.M. has done the legal legwork needed to file grievances against John Yoo, Harriet Miers, Kyle D. Sampson, Monica Goodling to name a few.
Know TGP has received some impressive visitors in recent days.
That site traffic included visitors from the following federal agencies that I found to be notable:
- U.S. Senate Sergeant At Arms
- USDA Office of Operations
- US Department of Justice (multiple visits from different IP addresses)
- Hunton & Williams (multiple visits from different IP addresses)
- US Patent and Trademark Office
- Headquarters USA AISC (Army)
- Army Information Systems Command – Pentagon
- Fannie Mae
- US Sentencing Commission
I found the Sergeant-at-Arms visits particularly exciting since that’s the point man in arresting Karl Rove for Inherent Contempt of Congress. My own site traffic read like a crystal ball in the days before former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman was released from prison. My hopes are The Grievance Project is providing a like barometer, the 110th Congress will end up classified with the vertebrates, and Rove will be treated as any other American who ignores a subpoena. Time will tell as early as September.