Austin Mayor Steve Adler says he left a meeting with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions believing that the Texas capital isn't a "sanctuary city" in the eyes of the federal … Click to Continue »
If you watch only Fox News or take Attorney General Jeff Sessions seriously, you’d think we’re being swamped by illegal immigrants who are setting off a crime pandemic and stealing Americans’ jobs. None of that is factually correct, but it is deeply believed by the right wing of the GOP. It therefore should come as […]
WASHINGTON — It was a tokin’ gesture. Marijuana users are feeling a bit paranoid about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ threats to crack down on states (and the District of Columbia) that have legalized marijuana. So on Monday, at “high noon,” activists gathered on the Capitol lawn for what they called a “joint session,” and they [...]Show More Summary
In a story April 22 about Attorney General Jeff Sessions' comments on sanctuary jurisdictions and crimes committed by immigrants, The Associated Press reported erroneously that a woman was fatally shot … Click to Continue »
Attorney General Jeff Session is reportedly prepping to throw the book at Wikileaks founder Julian Assange for allegedly aiding Edward Snowden in disclosing a trove of classified documents. Until now, bringing charges against Wikileaks...Show More Summary
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) fired back at U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on MSNBC’s Morning Joe Monday over a Friday press...
Attorney General Jeff Sessions underscored his commitment to such cases amid concerns that they would take a back seat to violent crime and illegal immigration.
WASHINGTON — Imagine if I began a column about Attorney General Jeff Sessions this way: “I really am amazed that an attorney general who hails from a former Confederate state in the Deep South can issue a series of orders wrecking efforts to reform police practices, cutting back on voting rights and restarting the war [...]Show More Summary
Last Friday Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a press release reminding sanctuary cities of their obligation to enforce federal immigration laws or risk losing their federal funding. Within the release, Sessions noted that Chicago's...Show More Summary
Donald Trump’s attorney general, Jeff Sessions, who spent years as the Senator from Alabama, accused New York City cops last week of being “soft on crime.” While I was living in New York City, I felt far safer than I ever did in Washington, DC. And, I never felt unsafe, even late at night. I can’t say […]
This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool. It remains to be seen what Attorney General Jeff Sessions will or won’t do with regard to enforcing federal marijuana laws in states that have legalized the drug. However, several efforts are quietly under way to change those laws. At least...
Attorney General Jeff Sessions—an elf with the distinct honor of being Rumpelstiltskin’s most racist descendent—doesn’t understand the fuss over his reference to Hawaii as “an island in the Pacific.” After all, he’s just a good ol’ boy who likes to make jokes about people of color. Read more...
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and John F. Kelly, the homeland security secretary, indicated that children of undocumented immigrants were “caught between the law” and that President Trump was “sympathetic.”
So-called Attorney General Jeff Sessions appeared on your teevee today to, among other tasks, explain away his belittlement of a federal judge in Hawaii (and, while he was at it, the whole state) because, to the bafflement of Jeff Sessions,...Show More Summary
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Sunday defended his dismissal of a Hawaii federal judge who blocked President Donald Trump's travel ban, suggesting that he was joking when he referred to Hawaii as an "island in the Pacific." "Nobody...Show More Summary
On ABC’s “This Week” this Sunday, Attorney General, Jeff Sessions remarked that through the improperly paid tax credits to “mostly... The post AG Sessions: Improper Payments to ‘Mostly Mexicans’ Could Fund Border Wall (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
In an interview on ABC’s This Week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions danced around the question of how the Trump administration is going to pay for the wall between the U.S. and Mexico. Speaking with host George Stephanopoulos, “Do you have any evidence that Mexico is going to pay for...
This past Friday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) sent letters to nine jurisdictions that had been identified in a May 2016 report by the DOJ Inspector General as having laws that potentially violate 8 U.S.C. Show More Summary
The Hill reports: Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Sunday expressed confidence that President Trump’s proposed wall along the country’s southern border would be funded. “We’re going to get it paid for one way or the other,” Sessions...Show More Summary
More proof that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is not playing around, and that he expects cities, states, and counties to comply with duly passed federal laws (NY Times) The Trump