A federal judge ruled that Texas’ voter ID was intended to discriminate against blacks and Latinos. The Department of Justice tried to argue otherwise. by Jessica Huseman ProPublica A federal court in Texas has again… Read More
Texas, one of the most notorious voting rights abuse states got smacked down by a federal court panel that invalidated three districts in an order issued late Friday. The Austin American Statesman reported: “the San Antonio-based panel… Read More
Sessions’s nomination as Trump’s attorney general is scheduled to be considered Tuesday by the Senate Judiciary Committee, but his influence in the administration extends far beyond the Justice Department. From immigration and health care to… Read More
The #alternativefact Universe of the #DonaldTrump White House.
Contentious confirmation fights, a GOP assault on Obamacare — and, more than likely, hints of Republican infighting to come. Welcome to the new Congress. Lawmakers convene in Washington on Tuesday for the 115th Congress,… Read More
by Brent Budowsky A significant group of electoral college electors has written to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper requesting that he provide electors crucial information about the influence of Russia on the recently concluded… Read More
by Robert Reich As the era of Trump approaches, some of you are succumbing to the follow four syndromes: 1. Normalizer Syndrome. You want to believe Trump will be just another president – more conservative… Read More
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s victory was definitely THE most interesting thing that happened in the 2016 election, but it certainly wasn’t the only interesting thing. In keeping with our end-of-cycle tradition, we found 56… Read More