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I would be remiss if I didn't point out that when it comes to matters of race, Clarence Thomas consistently sides against Black people. His dissent in Buck v. Davis is no different.
President Donald Trump’s promises of "law and order," combined with Attorney General Jeff Sessions' ability to sanction any action Trump takes with respect to his promise to “make America great again,” does not bode well for Black people in this country.
As Office of Government Ethics Director Walter M. Shaub Jr. pointed out in his letter, Conway’s conduct is virtually identical to a hypothetical that the agency offers on its website as an example of what not to do.
“Go buy Ivanka’s stuff, is what I would tell you. I hate shopping, but I am going to go get some myself today,” Conway said while in an interview with Fox & Friends in the White House briefing room.
The Obamas were held to a wildly different standard than Trump and his brood are, and my head hurts just thinking about it.
Trump gave his first speech to members of the military on Monday, and he decided to use the opportunity to accuse the media of burying coverage of terrorist attacks.
According to a group of lawyers in Los Angeles, despite several court orders requiring President Donald Trump to stop deporting people via his Refugee and Visa Order, it's still happening.
Here at Team Legal we are used to bad news. Hell, we live it every day. But trust when we say these are unprecedented and dangerous times.
The Judicial Crisis Network is targeting Democrats in red states to pressure them into confirming Sessions’ nomination.
When the smoke of human kindness with which anti-choice legislators, scientists, organizers, advocates, and allies have cloaked themselves begins to dissipate, all that is left is the rank disdain for women that drives their movement—a movement that is chock full of people who regard the truth as something to be bent to suit their purposes.
Pro-choice activists called and emailed Democratic Party delegates prior to the nominating convention, voicing concern with anti-choice candidate Dennis McKinney, regarded as a favorite among the party establishment.