These Trump appointments of extreme racists and religious bigots do not bode well for any Americans who are not white and not Christian.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch unveiled a 20 million dollar pilot program to equip police departments around the nation with body cameras.
The crux of South Carolina's argument in support of discriminating against gays is that if it constitutionally permissible to discriminate against women, then it is perfectly legal to discriminate against gays.
Before any American thinks this will never fly in the Golden State, just reconsider that because of California's direct democracy cockup, the religious right, Mormons, and Catholics from around the nation poured hundreds of millions of dollars into the campaign to pass that other fanatical ballot initiative Prop 8.
Hours after the Department of Justice released a report Wednesday highlighting systemic racial discrimination committed by the Ferguson Police Department, protesters gathered in front of the police station in Ferguson to call for change and the dismantling of the current department.
During an interview with Politico on Friday, Holder said he plans to push for a new standard of proof in civil rights offenses.
Republicans are ardent defenders of right-wing extremists posing the greatest terrorism threat to the United States and since they are loyal supporters of their so-called champions of freedom; what better way to protect the real threat to America than shut down the Department of Homeland Security?
Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) is working to invalidate the marriage of a lesbian couple, one of whom has cancer.
When Friday Fox Follies went to press last week, Brian Williams' spectacular crash to earth still echoed in Halls of Mediazuma. Many wags (this one included) noticed the condemnation was loudest (shrillest?) at the Fox "News" Channel, which did not hold itself to the same high standards.
During Wednesday morning's broadcast of Fox & Friends, co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck flipped out over comments made by Attorney General Eric Holder Tuesday when he stated Fox News was overly preoccupied with the use of the term "radical Islam" when discussing the Islamic State.
Speaking in Iowa on Friday, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R) offered unexpected praise for outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder.
Terrorism is something worth fighting against. President Obama knows this, and has been proving it time and time again throughout his presidency. Please don't forget that this is the man who wiped out Osama bin Laden.
While guest hosting Fox News' Hannity Monday night, Katie Pavlich said during a panel discussion that President Obama "has a track record of being anti-police" without providing any concrete proof of that being the case.
In Limbaugh's mind. Obama, Holder and all the other race hustlers feel that they didn't "get a win" with the Michael Brown case and now want to frame and railroad another cop over a race-based death.
Breitbart ran an article claiming AG nominee Loretta Lynch was a member of the Clinton legal team during the Whitewater investigation in 1992. This is completely false and the site removed the article Monday morning.
What's more contagious than Ebola with absolutely no cure? As we head into next week's election, Fox "News" has been stricken with a near-fatal form of Obama Derangement Syndrome. Worse: Quarantines won't work against it -- unless you switch off your tee vee.
United States District Court Judge William Osteen for the Middle District of North Carolina , a Bush appointee, allowed Tillis to intervene as a party in the federal district lawsuit, nearly two years old, that legalized same-sex marriage in North Carolina.
Throughout the day and evening Tuesday, a number of events seemed to foreshadow the inevitable non-indictment of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown on August 9th
Republican Senate Candidate Joni Ernst could be in some hot water over county public contracts awarded to her father's company when she served as the county's auditor. Ernst is running against Democrat Bruce Braley for Iowa's open US Senate seat.
It is a different story, though, when a white Republican is kicked of voter rolls in Arkansas that not only incited the state party's outrage against their own vote suppression law, it drove the candidate for state attorney general who lost the right to vote into a rage.