ICYMI: In Exclusive Interview on Fox & Friends, Republican Attorneys General Urge the Senate to Reject Articles of Impeachment

Kelly LacoNews

Four Republican attorneys general (AGs) appeared this morning in an exclusive interview on Fox & Friends to discuss the “dangerous historical precedent” being set by the Democrats in their politically motivated impeachment of President Trump. Attorney General Jeff Landry (LA), Attorney General Alan Wilson (SC), Attorney General Leslie Rutledge (AR), and Attorney General Curtis Hill (IN) joined host Brian Kilmeade … Read More

Unprecedented Action: 21 Republican Attorneys General File Letter with the Senate Slamming the Democrats’ Impeachment Articles as Legally Flawed and Damaging to the Constitution

Kelly LacoNews

In an unprecedented action, 21 Republican attorneys general filed the first-ever “friend of the Senate” letter outlining the legal flaws of the perilous partisan move by the Democrats to use the impeachment of President Trump as a political weapon to destroy a cornerstone of the Constitution: the separation of powers. The attorneys general argue the legal theories underlying both Articles I and Article II are … Read More

ICYMI: Indiana AG Curtis Hill: On Dr. King’s Birthday be Inspired by the Greatest Speech in US History

Kelly LacoNews

Every year about this time, we hear references to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. These allusions are sprinkled into the various events nationwide at which Americans celebrate Dr. King’s birthday and the righteous cause for which he lived and died. That’s fine as far as it goes, but this year I would like to challenge my fellow Americans to … Read More

Attorney General Curtis Hill: Trump impeachment not justified – He hasn’t committed any crime

Kelly LacoNews

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has drawn criticism for supposedly showing “no intention to be impartial” during a prospective impeachment trial of President Trump. “Will we fulfill our duty to conduct a fair impeachment trial of the president of the United States?” asked Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. “The answer is no.” But Schumer should know that this … Read More

ICYMI: Attorney General Chris Carr Welcomes Ivanka Trump in Atlanta to Discuss Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking and Provide Victim Assistance

Kelly LacoNews

Attorney General Chris Carr welcomed Advisor to the President, Ivanka Trump, to Georgia on Tuesday as part of a discussion with state and federal leaders and the Trump Administration about efforts to combat human trafficking nationwide. At the end of last year, President Donald Trump declared January as National Slavery and National Human Trafficking Awareness Month.  In Atlanta alone, it is estimated that 12,400 sex trafficking transactions … Read More

Republican Attorneys General Continue to Defend the Rule of Law Despite Attempt by Liberal Democrats to Illegally Resurrect the ERA

Johnny KoremenosNews

Republican Attorneys General Steve Marshall (Alabama), Jeff Landry (Louisiana), and Jason Ravnsborg (South Dakota) are tireless defenders of the rule of law and the Constitution. Last month, the three AGs formed a multistate coalition that filed a legal challenge to stop radical activists from illegally rewriting the United States Constitution. At issue is liberal activists’ attempt to resurrect the Equal Rights Amendment … Read More

Lynn Fitch Sworn In as Mississippi’s First Female Attorney General

Kelly LacoNews

January 9, 2020 was a historic day in Mississippi! Surrounded by family, friends, and colleagues, Republican Lynn Fitch was sworn in to the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office, ending nearly 150 years of Democrat control. She is the first female attorney general ever elected in the Magnolia state and the first Republican since 1878. Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Randolph administered the oath … Read More

Daniel Cameron Sworn In as Kentucky Attorney General During Midnight Ceremony at UofL

Johnny KoremenosNews

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – Daniel Cameron has been sworn in as Kentucky’s 51st Attorney General. The ceremony took place just after midnight Monday at UofL’s Brandeis School of Law. Cameron has been serving as Kentucky’s attorney general since Dec. 17. He finished the term of Andy Beshear, who was elected governor following a tight race with incumbent Matt Bevin. Cameron … Read More