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Extreme Senate Competition: Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Joni Ernst Compete to Replace Jeff Sessions as "Most Extreme" U.S. Senator
My quixotic attempt to challenge the re-election of "unopposed" Jeff Sessions in 2014 failed. I was not even allowed on the Alabama ballot. But now Sessions has some real competition -- from the Senate's far right caucus.
There has been a sharp decrease in unaccompanied minors crossing the border illegally since early in the summer. During that
Worse than any Jim Crow poll tax, the Voter ID law attacks social and economically vulnerable citizens' very identity as they consider exercising their most precious freedom. It intimidates and threatens long before election day.
Best for Jeff Sessions to go-ahead-up to Manhattan Island and join talk radio celebrities Rush Limbaugh and Laura Ingraham, who reward his harsh rhetoric with possible 2016 presidential promotion chatter.
The Alabama senator was especially incensed that Rove recently advised Republicans not to call the immigration bill "amnesty
Sessions and anti-reform groups, such as the Center for Immigration Studies, have contended that these policies are selective
Democrats seemed equally pleased to vote the bill out of committee. It was a tough vote for Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), who
Sessions argued that legalizing those currently in the U.S. without status would be damaging to the country, but Graham pushed
The senator previously called the gang of eight bill "legalization first, not enforcement first" and said it would threaten
"If even the modest amendment I have offered fails, it is exceedingly difficult to see a way forward for this bill," Sessions