Oregon's governor and the head of the state police defended the state's legal marijuana industry in letters to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has been hinting at a crackdown … Click to Continue »
Under Obama, America’s addiction to mass incarceration seemed to fade. But then came Trump and a hard-line attorney general. Shauna Barry-Scott remembers the moment she felt the American fever for mass incarceration break. It was an August morning in 2013, and she was in a federal prison in the mountains of West Virginia. Show More Summary
He’s been up. He’s been down. At least, that’s what you’d expect. Late last month—for six short but glorious hours—Jeff Bezos was officially crowned the world’s richest person. Then, in this morning’s premarket session Amazon’s stock...Show More Summary
The Albuquerque police chief has responded to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' threat to not give the city federal resources due to its detainment practices. Chief Gorden Eden wrote in … Click to Continue »
This is excellent news. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the Department of Justice just put an end to the hateful and discriminatory Operation Choke Point that Eric Holder and Barack
After being slammed by President Donald Trump for recusing himself from the investigation into Russian collusion in the 2016 presidential election, it looks like Attorney General Jeff Sessions is trying to worm his way back into the White House’s good graces. The post Outrage as DoJ Demands IP Addresses of Trump Foes appeared first on The Good Men Project.
In the wake of what happened in Charlottesville, everyone should be thankful that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has not quit. That includes President Trump. For whatever reason, Trump wanted Sessions off the team a few weeks ago. But Sessions is now turning out to be Trump’s most valuable player in the aftermath of Charlottesville. The irony should […]
Alabama Republicans Luther Strange and Roy Moore are preparing to battle for Jeff Sessions’ Senate seat in a primary run-off that will pit President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s support and money against a solidly evangelical base. Meanwhile, Doug Jones is sitting back easy. Jones, the Democratic nominee, won Tuesday’s primary with over 50 […]
Consider what he said in Miami, now that the city has given up its sanctuary jurisdiction status (Miami Herald) Attorney General Jeff Sessions came to Miami on Wednesday to deliver
AP Andrew Harnik Attorney General Jeff Sessions, accompanied by National Counterintelligence and Security Center Director William Evanina and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, speaks during a news conference at the Justice...Show More Summary
Sandwiched between the revulsion that is Charlottesville on Saturday and the immoral ravings of Donald Trump on Monday and Tuesday was a little noted revelation that should concern every nonprofit concerned with free speech and the right to protect their donors and volunteers from public exposure. On Monday the web hosting company DreamHost, revealed its ongoing […]
Government officials from Alaska and Washington have pushed back against Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who sent threatening letters to the states and questioned the efficacy of their marijuana legalization and regulatory programs.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday ripped Chicago for its defiant “sanctuary city” stance against turning over local prisoners for deportation, once again blaming the city’s surge in crime on policies designed to protect immigrants. Speaking in Miami, where county authorities hold prisoners...
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the attack on counter-protesters at a neo-Nazis rally in Charlottesville "could be considered a hate crime". Mr Sessions said federal authorities were waiting for more details from the investigation...Show More Summary
Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions on Wednesday ripped Chicago for its defiant “sanctuary city” stance against turning over local prisoners for deportation, once again blaming the city’s surge in crime on policies designed to protect immigrants. Speaking in Miami, where county authorities hold prisoners...
Miami-Dade County was the first in the nation to comply with federal demands to crack down on immigrants. On Wednesday, Sessions thanked them for it.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions told an audience in Florida that 'we cannot and in no way can we accept and apologize for racism, bigotry, hatred, violence and those kind of things that too often arise in our country.' (Aug. 16)
During a press conference in Miami, Florida on Wednesday, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions delivered blistering remarks against immigrant-friendly policies in Chicago by conflating them with the city’s high murder rates. But in the...Show More Summary
MIAMI (AP) — Attorney General Jeff Sessions vowed Wednesday to continue fighting cities that refuse to cooperate with immigration authorities until local governments follow Miami-Dade County's example and reverse policies. Sessions aimed...Show More Summary
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday strongly criticized the city of Chicago’s political leadership, citing its so-called sanctuary policies as an example of the breakdown of law and order in the country. Sessions has begun imposing new restrictions on some law enforcement grants...