Who are we kidding? Attorney General Jeff “King Keebler” Sessions’ federal investigation into the torch-wielding white supremacist march on Charlottesville, Va., is going to be an inconclusive waste of resources and efforts.
We’ve discussed civil asset forfeiture before. This is the practice that allows law enforcement to take your cash, cars, home and any other property away from you if you are suspected of a crime. No conviction is necessary, and you don’t even have to be a drug dealer to be a target.
After uniting with Steve Bannon, Stephen Miller and Betsy DeVos to form the Trump administration’s version of the Caucasian Avengers, Jeff Sessions has directed his efforts toward uplifting a class of people who have long been ignored by the American educational system: white people.
Attorney General Jeff “King Keebler” Sessions announced Friday that he’s going to assist in the this Milli Vanilli-ass administration’s attempts to stop leaks from the Justice Department and intelligence community to the media.
Not all police officers are here for President Donald Trump’s casual endorsement of police brutality when he encouraged officers to be rough with suspects in a speech Friday to officers on Long Island, N.Y.
Previously on White House Apprentice, Anthony Scaramucci’s storyline was getting all the headlines and camera time. In the weird Big Brother-Survivor-Apprentice interpolation that is Donald Trump’s administration, there is only room for one star in front of the camera—your megalomaniac president—so Scaramucci Mane was…
On Monday a group of plaintiffs that includes former New York Jets tight end Marvin Washington filed suit against Attorney General Jeff Sessions about marijuana.
Because the president handles his relationships like a Twitter-obsessed teen, the American public has been privy to the nightmare reality show that is the White House, and, it looks like Attorney General Jeff Sessions has upset the emperor.
Shortly before Super Tuesday last year, then-Sen. Jeff Sessions endorsed Donald Trump for president. At a campaign rally in Sessions’ home state of Alabama, Sessions explained to the crowd that while “we don’t get everything we want” in a candidate, “at this time, in my best judgment, at this time in America’s…
In this political climate, which seems to be grounded in separatism, it is rare when we can all come together to agree on one thing, but I think we can all agree that everyone hates Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Where are your president’s handlers when he needs them? Does he even have handlers? Is there anyone in the White House in charge of making sure he doesn’t say stupid stuff to the media he is so critical of? Apparently not, because this latest thing is a doozy.
The Justice Department announced Wednesday that it will be restarting the controversial “adoptive forfeiture” program, which allows local police departments and law-enforcement agencies to seize the property of people suspected of a crime, even if they haven’t been charged with or convicted of one.
What is the world coming to? U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is steadily trying to take us back to the ’80s (I wouldn’t fault you if you thought I was talking about the 1880s, but slavery was over then, so … ).
When it comes to what he would like to achieve as attorney general, business casual racist Jeff Sessions has long made many of his goals abundantly clear. When it to comes to black folks, he would very much like for us to stop whining about voting rights, police brutality and the Confederacy’s right to flex. In short:…
Rep. Cedric L. Richmond, Democrat from New Orleans and chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, wrote a three-page letter Wednesday to Donald Trump declining his invitation to the CBC to meet with him, and outlining the many reasons the group as a whole is saying no.
I’m sure it is tempting, but can folks please avoid that comfy cliché, “a star is born,” to describe what’s happening now with California Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris?
On Monday night, the Golden State Warriors won the NBA championship over the Cleveland Cavaliers in five noncompetitive games. After all the excitement and anticipation going into the series, it was a series of uninteresting blowouts. Cleveland lost because even though their big three mostly came to play, the rest of…
The Senate Intelligence Committee didn’t do its job. No one, not one person on the Senate Intelligence Committee, asked the question Attorney General Jeff Sessions needed to answer: How long has he been working for Donald Trump while secretly making cookies in a tree?!
Hello, y’all. I’m Michael Arceneaux, contributor to The Root and perpetual masochist.
Contrary to popular belief, slavery was never outlawed in the United States. This statement is not a debatable, half-twisted analysis or a cynical opinion. It is a fact.