Jason Parham · 04/23/15 03:45PM

With a vote of 56-43, Loretta Lynch became the 83rd U.S. Attorney General on Thursday. As her first act as AG, we propose she indict Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for delaying the nomination for several months. Or, better yet: just abolish the Senate altogether.

Loretta Lynch Isn't the Attorney General Yet Because the Senate Sucks

Jason Parham · 04/16/15 11:54AM

Loretta Lynch, the very qualified New York federal prosecutor who was nominated by President Obama in November to become the next attorney general, still hasn't been confirmed by the Senate. For some context: Lynch has waited twice as long for a vote than the seven most recent attorneys general combined. (Eric Holder's vote took eight days!)