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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions Delivers Remarks at the Alliance Defending Freedom's Summit on Religious Liberty

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions Delivers Remarks at the Alliance Defending Freedom's Summit on Religious Liberty


    Alliance Defending Freedom's Summit on Religious Liberty, ML
    ~ Wednesday, August 8, 2018



    Remarks as prepared for delivery Thank you all for being here. On behalf of the President of the United States, Donald Trump, I want to thank all of you for your work for and commitment to religious freedom at such a time as this. As President Trump said to the National Prayer Breakfast last year, “freedom of religion is a sacred right, but it is also…under threat all around us…I’ve never seen it so openly [threatened].” This is a problem around the world. In the Middle East, some religious minorities like the Yazidis and Christians, after centuries of coexistence with religious majorities, are facing the possibility of extinction. In Russia, it is illegal to be a Jehovah’s Witness or to publish their translation of the Bible. In the Philippines, three Catholic priests have been assassinated so far this year. In June, a priest was shot to death at the altar right in front of the congregation. According to Pew Research, 82 countries have “high” or “very high” restrictions on religion. These facts reflect a rise in religious persecution in areas of the world where religious groups have been able to live peacefu
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  • Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the National Symposium on Forensic Science

    Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the National Symposium on Forensic Science




    Washington, DC - - (August 7, 2018) - -

    Remarks as prepared for delivery


    Thank you for that kind introduction, Chris. Welcome to the National Symposium on Forensic Science. We are honored to host local, state, and federal prosecutors at the Department of Justice for this event. We are proud to co-sponsor this Symposium with the National Association of Attorneys General and the National District Attorneys Association. Our Department enjoys a strong relationship with your organizations, and we appreciate your support. Last year, amid a surge of violent crime and drug overdose deaths, one of our Department’s top priorities was to reinforce the federal government’s coordination with state and local law enforcement. President Trump considers it imperative for federal prosecutors to support state and local partners and help to reduce crime. Attorney General Jeff Sessions consistently emphasizes that most law enforcement officers work for state and local agencies, and we cannot fight crime effectively unless we are working together. I worked closely with state and local prosecuto
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  • Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the 2018 American Bar Association Annual Meeting

    Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the 2018 American Bar Association Annual Meeting


    Chicago, IL - - (August 2, 2018)

    Remarks as prepared for delivery Thank you for that kind introduction, Hilarie, and congratulations on your successful tenure as president of the American Bar Association. The ABA is a diverse organization. Not all of its objectives are universally shared. But lawyers should be united in the goal of “advancing the rule of law throughout the United States and around the world.” There is a story about two police officers who pull over a car for a traffic stop. One officer walks to the driver’s side while his partner stands behind the car. As the first officer approaches, the driver rolls down the window and leans out, shaking his fist. “Do you know who I am? Do you know who I am!?” The second officer hears the ruckus and calls out, “Is there a problem here?” And the first officer replies, “Yes, it seems that this fellow doesn’t know who he is.” Lawyers and judges need to know who they are. You are the guardians of the rule of law, a concept that developed over many centuries and today is fundamental to human liberty. The term “rule of law” d
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  • Attorney General Sessions Announces 311 New Assistant United States Attorney Positions

    On the 500th Day of the Trump Administration, Attorney General Sessions Announces 311 New Assistant United States Attorney Positions



    Largest Increase in AUSAs in Decades Allocates Prosecutors to Focus on Violent Crime, Civil Enforcement, and Immigration Crimes


    (June 4, 2018) - - On today's date, the U.S. Department of Justice published the following information: Today, on the 500th day of the Trump Administration, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Department of Justice is taking a
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  • Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds Signs the Heartbeat Bill - - - Protecting the Lives of the Living Unborn

    Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds Signs the Heartbeat Bill - - - Protecting the Lives of the Living Unborn



    Governor Kim Reynolds




    Des Moines, Iowa - - (May 4, 2018) - - Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds released the following statement Friday after signing the heartbeat bill, Senate File 359:

    I believe that all innocent life is precious and sacred, and as governor, I pledged to do everything in my power to protect it. That is what I am doing today. I understand that not everyone will agree
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  • Attorney General Sessions Delivers Remarks to the Association of State Criminal Investigative Agencies 2018 Spring Conference

    Attorney General Sessions Delivers Remarks to the Association of State Criminal Investigative Agencies 2018 Spring Conference




    Scottsdale, AZ - - (May 7, 2018) - - Remarks by U.S. Attorney General Sessions (as prepared for delivery): Thank you, Mark, for that kind introduction. And thank you for your more than 30 years of service in law enforcement. I also want to thank Bob McConnell for putting on this event, and the Arizona Department of Public Safety for hosting us. The Association of State Criminal Investigative Agencies and its members are an essential part of the law enforcement community, and this conference is an opportunity for more collaboration and information sharing. That makes all of us better at our shared task of protecting our country from violence and crime. I want to thank Bob and the Association for your friendship and for your strong support for me personally going back to my days in the Senate. I also appreciate the support you have given for a number of the initiatives that I have taken as Attorney Gener...
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  • Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the Lawyers for Civil Justice Membership Meeting

    Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the Lawyers for Civil Justice Membership Meeting






    Deputy Attorney General Rod. J. Rosenstein



    Washington, DC - - (May 3, 2018) - - (Remarks as prepared for delivery) Thank you, Jim, for that gracious introduction. I enjoyed talking with you last week in Chicago. I admire your commitment to the cause of justice. I am also grateful to Molly Craig, the Chairperson for this program, and to the staff of the Lawyers for Civil Justice. Your organization works to promote fairness in the civil justice system because your members rely on the rule of law. This is a fitting time to discuss the rule of law, because May 1st was Law Day. President Trump issued a Law Day proclamation on Tuesday, as he did one year ago. The President explained that “[o]ur Founders risked their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor in defense of [the] values” of liberty, justice, and equality. They protected those values with a Constitution that established a “government of limited and separated powers that enables the rule of law to prevail over the whims of government officials.” As President Trump said in his Proclamation, our Constitution vests “the power to create laws in the Congress, the power to execute laws in the President, and the power to interpret laws in an ind...
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  • U.S. Attorney General Sessions Delivers Remarks on the Drug Crisis in America

    U.S. Attorney General Sessions Delivers Remarks on the Drug Crisis in America



    Billings, MT - - (April 27, 2018) - - (Remarks as prepared for delivery):


    Thank you, Kurt for that kind introduction. Thank you for your seven years of service to the Department of Justice and for your leadership now as United States Attorney. I want to thank Lenette for hosting us here today. And thank you for all of the work that you do to help people walk the difficult road to recovery. And thank you to the other compassionate treatment providers who are here. It is an honor to be with you all. I am here today to discuss some of the actions that the Department of Justice has taken to help end our nation’s drug crisis—actions that I believe benefit us all. But before I do that, I want to say thank you to everyone here who helps us fight the drug epidemic—especially our fabulous law enforcement officers. I want to thank Tim McDermott of the DEA, Acting U.S. Marshal Rod Ostermiller, Ian Blair with the Secret Service, Supervisory Probation Officers Marty Hylland and Brian Farren, Steven Osborne of the IRS, Greg Kosiarek with our Post
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  • Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Speaks at International Association of Defense Counsel Event

    Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks to the International Association of Defense Counsel’s “Corporate Counsel College”




    Chicago, IL - - (April 26, 2018) - -


    (Remarks as prepared for delivery) Thank you, Sky, for that introduction and thank you for your service to the people of Maryland on the Judicial Nominating Commission and as President of Maryland Defense Counsel. Thank you also to outgoing president Andrew Kopon. And congratulations to your next president, Craig Thompson, who is from my home state of Maryland. In Shakespeare’s play about Henry VI, the character Dick the Butcher famously proclaims: “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.” That remark is often misinterpreted. Shakespeare intended for it to be ironic. Dick the butcher is not a businessman upset about overregulation. He is a villain scheming to take over the government. Shakespeare’s point is that without lawyers, nobody would need to follow the law. That would be good for criminals like Dick. But it would be bad for business! The rule of law is essential to commerce. It allows businesses to enter contracts, make investments and project revenue with some assurance about the future. It establishes a mechanism to resolve disputes, and it provides some degree of protection from arbitrary government action. In 1925, President Calvin Coolidg
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  • Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen Joins President Trump at Jiatf-South to Discuss Efforts to Stop Drugs and Criminals from Entering U.S.

    U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen Joins President Trump at Jiatf-South to Discuss Efforts to Stop Drugs and Criminals from Entering Our Country




    April 19, 2018


    In order to discuss efforts to stop drugs and criminals from entering the U.S.A., this week Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen joined President Donald J. Trump and senior U.S. officials at the Joint Interagency Task Force-South (JIATF-S) in Key West, Florida. The purpose of the visit was to review the Administration’s
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