The Koch brothers say they don’t want a runaway constitutional convention, but that’s what their cash is likely to deliver.
CMD joined 120 other groups in a letter to Senate leadership and the Senate Judiciary Committee calling for scrutiny of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch’s stance on big money in politics.
Donald Trump quietly hired James Sherk, a Heritage Fellow with a history of pushing ALEC’s anti-union agenda, to handle labor policy.
Greenpeace USA’s Communications Director responds to statements made by Richard Garneau, the CEO of Resolute Forest Products in the National Review about a lawsuit filed against Greenpeace.
During the Senate impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton, then-Senator Sessions made several statements about lying under oath, or perjury, as grounds for impeachment.
Under court order, Oklahoma Attorney General’s office releases previously withheld emails and holds back others.
Under court order, Oklahoma Attorney General’s office releases previously withheld emails and holds back others; more emails expected on February 27.
Reform groups and ethics experts say Department of Justice regulations require AG Jeff Sessions to recuse himself based on his personal and political ties to Trump, his campaign, and White House staff.
Today, the Oklahoma County Court found Scott Pruitt in violation of the state’s Open Records Act lawsuit against Scott Pruitt for improperly withholding responsive public records and ordered his office to release thousands of emails in a matter of days.
Scott Pruitt has provided just 411 of at least 3,000 documents related to an open record request submitted by Center for Media and Democracy in 2015