The U.S. has a powerful anti-terrorism law — but it’s only been used once against a far-right extremist since 9/11.
Since 9/11 federal prosecutors have applied anti-terrorism laws against 34 right-wing extremists compared to more than 500 international terrorism defendants.
The Department of Justice Inspector General has announced it will investigate the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over the use of a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court order to Read More…
The New York City Board of Elections admitted after a lawsuit that it broke the law by purging thousands of people from voter rolls before the 2016 New York presidential primary. State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says the board violated “the law and New Yorkers’ trust in the institutions meant to protect their rights.”
With Trump’s plan to expand the use of private federal prisons, and his executive order to increase the number of immigration officers and escalate deportation enforcement raids nationwide, those private prisons are guaranteed a constant, plentiful supply of ICE detainees to occupy their cells — and even more so, to profit immensely from their barely paid, compulsory labor.
On Monday, November 1, 2016, a roughly 4-minute long video began to circulate around social media and on YouTube, in which stunning revelations were revealed in regard to the recent dramatic unfolding of events only a week prior to Election Day, upon which Americans are scheduled to cast their ballots in what is possibly the most heated and controversial presidential election the country has ever known.