In response to Trump’s document scandal, let’s challenge the policies of secrecy that are threatening democracy.
Far right sheriffs are vowing to “monitor” this year’s midterm elections. They constitute a threat to voting rights.
Trump’s approval appears to have taken a hit in the wake of revelations that he kept classified documents at Mar-a-Lago.
The tour previously explored the lives of enslaved people, who lived on the mansion’s grounds for five decades.
Congress continues to approve defense budgets beyond what even the Pentagon even asks for.
At every turn, a new tactic has been introduced to abridge some voters’ ability to participate in democracy.
The Georgia Republican congresswoman didn’t apologize and later shared the video of her kicking the teen on Twitter.
More than 11,000 docs were retrieved from Trump’s Florida home in August, including around 100 with classified markings.
“He didn’t say not to do anything to the congressmen,” a member of the far right militia group said in the recording.
Using “declassification” as a defense is inadequate, based on the laws Trump may have violated.