When Al Gore tried to win the 2000 presidential election in the courts, it was an unprecedented act in American history. But such legal maneuvering was not unprecedented for the Clinton-Gore administration. One of its first acts was to fire every single U.S. attorny, an unmistakable signal that the Justice Department would serve Bill Clinto at the expense of justice.Bill Clinton and Al Gore consistently saw the courts as means to achieve political ends. With Janet Reno as attorney general, they gave the United States the most politicized Justice Department we have ever endured. Instead of objectively pursing justice, America's federal lawyers became tools to give the president and vice president of the United States absolute power. These powers included powers to put themselves above the law, to foil investigations by the FBI and the Justice Department, to make brute force option number one at Waco, to seize Elian Gonzalez at gunpoint and send him back to Fidel Castro, to ignore the Senate's role in confirming presidential appointments, to financially shake down legal industries like tobacco, to ruin the lives of the "little people" who loyally served the White House and didn't fit into the Clintons' plans, and to subordinate national security to political fund-raising and foreign cash. With Janet Reno providing legal cover, the Clinton-Gore administration was able to do all this and more, with impunity. This book is a testament to what must never be allowed to happen again, and an unsettling reminder o fhow the most corrupt administration in history has never beel called to account--until now, by David Limbaugh.