On Tuesday, Sen. Jeff Sessions testified at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on his nomination to be attorney general in the Trump administration.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-Delaware) asked Sessions if he would support a national registry of Muslims and the surveillance of mosques.
“I would not favor a registry of Muslims in the United States, no I would not,” Sessions informed Coons. “I think we should avoid surveillance of religious institutions, unless there’s a basis to believe that dangerous or threatening illegaly activity could be carried on there.”
6.20.17 12:20 pmWilliams College Student: Conservatives on Campus Can’t Express Their Views, They Fear Retribution
Zachary Wood, a student at Williams College, told the Senate Judiciary Committee that conservative students feel they will be punished for their views by their professors.
6.19.17 3:17 pmEPA Ends $1 Million, Taxpayer-Funded Gym Program
Administrator Scott Pruitt makes good on a promise to end the program after waste was reported at the Las Vegas office.
6.18.17 10:12 amNewt Gingrich Hit Back Against Charges of Collusion
“I think it would be healthy to have congressional hearings on foreign influence peddling in the U.S. way beyond the Russians,” Gingrich said during an interview on Sunday.
6.13.17 1:40 pmDisgruntled Democrat Blames the Electoral College for Hillary Clinton’s Loss
“She won, but she lost,” Sen. Barbara Boxer said regarding Clinton’s 2016 election loss.