The Department of Justice (DOJ) has filed a petition to the Supreme Court arguing that the case of Jane Doe, an undocumented teen who sued for her constitutional right to an abortion, "should not be left on the books for use by...other plaintiffs" because the ACLU lawyers representing her "misled the United States."Read More
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is not a man on the frontline of Civil Rights. From the moment he was appointed to the position it was clear that the hardline conservative was not going to be supportive of the same LGBTQ laws that we’ve worked to gain. Which is why it was surprising when the New York Times reported that the Justice Department has sent a hate crime lawyer to Iowa to prosecute a man who murdered a transgender teen.Read More
Gal Gadot is hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend and we are very excited.Read More
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has filed a brief arguing that your employer should legally be able to fire you if you tell customers you're gay.Read More
Jeff Sessions Didn’t Want Students Exercising Their Free Speech Rights At…His Lecture on Free Speech?
Because everything is a joke now, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a man who is still prosecuting a woman for laughing at him, was invited to lecture on free speech at Georgetown.Read More
Trump's decision—imparted today by chaotic evil elf Jeff Sessions—to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is cruel, unconscionable, and totally unjustified. So it's hardly a surprise Trump would choose to do so. But it turns out that seeking to ruin the lives of 800,000 young people brought to America as children isn't something that's going to go over quietly. The outraged outcry over DACA is a truly great American thing.Read More
But remember, kids, we need to cut that federal spending!
The Department of Justice (DOJ) will retry the woman who was arrested for laughing during Jeff Sessions' confirmation hearing back in January.Read More
For those of us who were terrified by the idea of living in a country where you could be arrested for laughing, there's some good news today. Desiree Fairooz, the Code Pink activist who was arrested and subsequently convicted of disruptive conduct after laughing during Jeff Sessions' confirmation hearing, has had her conviction thrown out.Read More
SNL’s Season Is Over, But Kate McKinnon Still Has Plenty of Jeff Sessions Material She Needs to Get Out of Her System
Saturday Night Live is off for the summer, which is upsetting for Kate McKinnon, who's forced to keep her delightfully creepy impressions of political figures bottled up inside, with no outlet. What's she to do when Kellyanne Conway is caught making fun of White House staff or Jeff Sessions spends hours chuckling and very slowly rambling about all the things he doesn't remember doing? Luckily, Seth Meyers is happy to help her out.Read More
Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, a man deemed so racist that Martin Luther King Jr.'s widow protested his nomination to a federal judgeship, is now Donald Trump's Attorney General and today, he is in hot water. I hope he boils in it.Read More
Jeff Sessions has instructed federal prosecutors to "charge and pursue the most serious, readily provable offense" when deciding how to charge suspects.Read More
61-year-old activist Desiree Fairooz was convicted of disorderly conduct on Friday for laughing at Jeff Sessions' confirmation hearing. Fortunately, Amber Ruffin on Late Night with Seth Meyers hosted a segment called "How Not to Laugh at Jeff Sessions," giving us all kinds of advice on how to avoid similar slip-ups.Read More
Today’s Dystopia News: A Woman Is Facing Up to a Year in Prison After Being Found Guilty of Laughing
Here. This happened here.
A woman is facing up to a year in prison for laughing at a claim that Attorney General Jeff Sessions treats "all Americans equally under the law."Read More