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An Arizona woman who has past ties to the anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim group Patriot Movement AZ and who damaged a mosque earlier this year could end up spending a month in jail after members of the mosque pressed for a tougher punishment at her sentencing hearing Thursday.
An “I Voted” sticker stuck prominently to Jazmine Clay’s yellow T-shirt as she walked toward a pavilion in Birmingham’s Learning Tree Park, next to her polling place.
The SPLC filed a federal lawsuit today against the Trump administration’s asylum ban, challenging an interim final rule that was issued yesterday and a presidential proclamation that President Trump signed this morning.
Felon disenfranchisement was designed to “preserve the purity of the ballot box,” or in other words, the whiteness of the electorate.
The Trump administration’s announcement today that it will make migrants who cross the U.S.-Mexico border between ports of entry ineligible for asylum is both illegal and morally unconscionable.
Oregon retains its unique sanctuary law after voters on Tuesday emphatically rejected a statewide measure to repeal it. The law was targeted for elimination in a campaign financed and supported by anti-immigrant hate groups.
We are delighted that the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recognized that Trump’s efforts to block the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program would cause irreparable harm to some 700,000 young “Dreamers.”
In this month’s Sovereign Files, a Utah sovereign citizen has a standoff with police, a sovereign guru gets hard time, a man in Louisiana claims to have monkey blood in his possession and Ryan Bundy sues the U.S. Attorney General and four former members of the government.
The era of Donald Trump unleashed an onslaught of candidates for office who court hate and extremism.