Domestic Terrorist Attack Must Have Full Attention of DOJ & FBI
August 13, 2017
The Justice Department and FBI must investigate yesterday’s riots in Charlottesville for what they are – an act of domestic terrorism. These agencies must throw their full weight behind their investigations of this act of white supremacists terrorism and not treat it as an isolated incident. If they treat yesterday as an isolated incident, more terrorist acts will surely follow.
Sessions, Trump, Ask Court to Back Ohio Voter Purge
August 9, 2017
Tuesday brought a reminder that Attorney General Sessions is well positioned to undermine our democracy and that the Justice Department under his direction is busy at the task.
Common Cause Ohio Condemns DOJ Flip-Flop to Support Ohio Voter Roll Purges
August 9, 2017
Common Cause Ohio’s response to the U.S. Department of Justice’s filing of an amicus brief in Husted v. A Phillip Randolph Institute, supporting Ohio effort to conduct voter roll purges if the have not voted in the last two years.
More Questions for Jeff Sessions
July 24, 2017
Even President Trump now refers to him as “beleaguered,” and the description surely fits Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
In Putin Meeting Trump Reportedly Moves on Quickly from 2016 Russian Election Attack
July 7, 2017
It is troubling President Trump appears more comfortable talking to President Vladimir Putin behind closed doors than to the American people about the well-documented intrusion by Russia into US elections in 2016. The attack on our democracy by the Russian government appears to have been given short shrift during the meeting.