WorldNetDaily just loves telling lies about former Attorney General Loretta Lynch. First, then-WND reporter Aaron Klein falsely claimed Lynch had onc...
Perseverance is the price of freedom. On Sunday morning, June 12, I arrived on Pennsylvania Avenue to set up my group's Capital Pride table and le...
The Department of Justice recently issued a press release in which it laid out changes coming to the Bureau of Prisons (BOP). The changes appear to be...
Having binge-watched the news coverage of this cycle on MSNBC and CNN for the last 15 months and after reading a host of other web news sources this is my analysis of what happened in two words.
Isn't that the way elections should be decided, basically without FBI Directors or Attorneys General?
Clinton would not be the loser. The country would, unless you believe in the Republican mantra first espoused by Ronald Reagan that "government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem," and any reduction in government is a benefit, even if it means harming, perhaps irrevocably, our national institutions.
The end of the federal government's War On Weed is approaching fast. No matter how the details work out, that much seems pretty clear at this point.
Not including the incumbent, only twelve men have served as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation since the job was created, in its present...
As the stream of Republicans fleeing the Donald Trump candidacy becomes a flood, it does seem the appropriate metaphor to use -- the ships are leaving the sinking rat this time, not the other way 'round.
If she were indicted between now and the party's convention, beginning July 25, it would be devastating enough for the tens of millions of Democratic voters.
OK. Tuesday's voting settled matters, whether Bernie likes it or not. Hillary Clinton has more than enough delegates to win the Democratic presidential nomination. But another key factor stands in her way.
North Carolina's "bathroom bill" is both a portal back to my time as a young black girl in the '60s and a reminder of my current status as a lesbian of African descent who wears ties and is sometimes mistaken for a man.
Politicians and others know they can use fear to manipulate anxious people, and all of the anxieties swirling around the toilet (you know, alligators in the sewer, toilet snakes, the boogeyman) make it fertile if slippery territory for political grandstanding.
Clarence Henderson recently wrote a guest commentary in the Charlotte Observer suggesting it was offensive to compare the Civil Rights Movement to LGBT movement today.
As graduation season approaches, most seniors are focused on how to say good-bye to friends, who will sign their yearbook and plans for the future. But transgender students have a more basic question: will they be accepted and allowed to graduate as who they truly are?
For years, battles over transgender rights have been fought relatively quietly in state legislatures, the boardrooms of LGBT and progressive non-profit organizations and on the streets of America.