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Jeff Sessions as our next attorney general should reassure, not alarm, all Americans

Larry Alex Taunton, “There was one moment in Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearing,” writes Slate’s Dahlia Lithwick, “that revealed why so many are so terrified of him.”  Lithwick deemed this moment so inflammatory that she called it “reprehensible” and “gobsmacking.”  Somewhat more restrained, Politico’s Seung Min Kim and Josh Gerstein said it was “head-scratching.” What was

Cory Booker 2020 Pres. Hopeful Testifies against Sessions – and earns Republican rebuke

Jennifer G. Hickey, Democratic Sen. Cory Booker cast aside long-standing precedent Wednesday and testified against a sitting Senate colleague, as he urged the chamber not to confirm Jeff Sessions for attorney general – a move that earned him a rebuke from Republicans. Critics charged the New Jersey senator was merely burnishing his credentials for a

David Horowitz Attacked During Senatorial Witch-Hunt of Jeff Sessions, Senator Richard Blumenthal trades in malicious slanders easily refuted. Editors’ note: David Horowitz was used as a pawn today in the senatorial witch-hunt of Senator Jeff Sessions, Trump’s choice for Attorney General. Senator Richard Blumenthal thoughtlessly passed on malicious slanders against Horowitz from the mis-named “Rights Coalition” led by the leftist Alliance for Justice.

Senator Sessions, Trump’s pick for attorney general, is a good and decent man

Victoria Toensing, Once again a good and decent man is being maligned. Sen. Jeff Sessions, nominated by President-elect Donald Trump to be U.S. attorney general, is that man. Democrats and the Left, just as they did 30 years ago when Sessions was nominated for a federal judgeship, are trying to derail his nomination — with

Why Jeff Sessions, a conservative attorney general, would be best for crime victims

Paul G. Cassell, Steven J. Twist, As two crime victims’ rights advocates and law professors, we welcome the announcement that President-elect Trump will nominate Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions to be the next attorney general of the United States. Senator Sessions has a long and robust record of fighting for justice, and more specifically for enforceable

Senator Sessions Isn’t a Racist, His Left-Wing Accusers Are.

Daniel Greenfield, They’re coming for Sessions.  They’re coming for Senator Sessions. The Alabama Senator, soon to be Attorney General, has been denounced by the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, which bills its poison pen letter as coming from “civil and human rights organizations.” Just don’t ask which ones. The “civil rights” organizations include the

Civil Rights & Law Enforcement Groups Are Supporting Sen. Jeff Sessions for Attorney General

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… Former Deputy Attorney General of the United States under President George W. Bush Larry Thompson:  “I can tell you as a friend and someone who has known Jeff Sessions for 32 years that Jeff does not have a racist bone in his body. When I first met Jeff, he was U.S.

Some have Concerns about Sessions as Trump’s attorney general

President-elect Donald Trump on Friday named his earliest and staunchest supporter in the Senate, conservative Republican Jeff Sessions, to become the next U.S. attorney general, triggering an outcry from civil rights groups as well as some conservatives outside Congress who are uneasy about Sessions’ positions. If approved for the job by a simple majority in


Senator Sessions: “This serious problem was well known to Hillary Clinton the entire time she was Secretary of State. Yet she failed to stop this practice when she had the duty and responsibility do so as Secretary of State” “Federal records show that from 2008 to 2014, nearly 13,000 criminal aliens who had been ordered

Donald Trump needs a running mate: Here are four names for him to consider

Will Donald Trump ever be “presidential” in the conventional manner we have come to expect? It’s a path he may never follow. But after his victory in Indiana on Tuesday night, and Ted Cruz’s decision to suspend his campaign, there is now rampant speculation as to what “presidential” will mean should Trump’s executive desk move