On Sept. 20, we reported on an outrageous subpoena served by the U.S. Justice Department on the Eagle Forum of Alabama. Fortunately, in the face of vigorous opposition expressed in amicus briefs filed by literally dozens of conservative organizations supporting the Eagle Forum’s motion to quash (i.e., throw out) the subpoena, Justice Department lawyers caved and narrowed their request—as the judge in the case put it—to “1%” of what they were demanding before.
3/26: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on the Justice Department's declaration that Obamacare is unconstitutional and the department's move to strike down the law.
For conservatives especially, the Department of Justice under the leadership of Jeff Sessions, has been a breath of fresh air.
Justice Department lawyers are pushing back against unprecedented judicial efforts to interfere with President Donald Trump’s administration.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says that students’ freedom to express conservative ideas on public university campuses is a civil rights issue, and the Justice Department has a duty to protect civil rights.