Last summer the DOJ took the US flag, and eagle, off its letterhead, and, off the home page of their website. The new letterhead is black and white, while the web page looks like one of the free options from Google Blogger. Oceanic Blue?
More disturbing than removing any hint of Old Glory is the addition of a globalist quote to prominence on the DOJ's public face. "The common law is the will of mankind, issuing from the life of the people." This globalist (I say, communist) double speak is credited to C. Wilfred Jenks.
Jenks was a lawyer for the International Labor Organization during the last century. Some of the ILO's great ideas were placing the first Soviet senior member of the UN, giving Palestine observer status in the UN, and making anti-Israel announcements. The ILO was so leftist that the US withdrew from them back in the 1970s.
Apparently, they are leaning just left enough for the Obama administration to plaster one of their leader's quotes all over our "unbiased" Department of Justice.