July 23, 2017
Executive Order

Executive Order

Hawaii Lawyer Says Travel Ban Could Be Constitutional if Issued by Different President

How ridiculous is this? The executive order on extreme vetting would not be an issue and would in fact be Constitutional provided the executor of the order were anyone but President Donald J. Trump.   RUSH TRANSCRIPT: way, which is what I wanted — >> Although statements, postelection statements, ...
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The First Step in Revoking Obama’s Land Grab

  The Daily Signal by Senator Mike Lee What is done by executive power can be undone by executive power. Former President Barack Obama began to learn that lesson this Wednesday when President Donald Trump signed an executive order directing Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to conduct a review of ...
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Court delivers Trump victory on climate rule

Ah winning! Yep, it does feel good. Washington Examiner by John Siciliano A federal appeals court gave the Trump administration a major victory Friday by placing a case on hold regarding former President Barack Obama’s landmark climate change regulation. The decision means the court will not issue a ruling ...
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Trump’s Executive Order on Education Is Minimally Effective At Best

On April 26th President Trump signed an Executive Order to return control of education to the states.  In its press release, the White House said the order “will launch a 300 day review of Obama-era regulations and guidance for school districts, and directs Education Secretary Betsy Devos to modify ...
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Maryland judge to hold hearing on Tuesday regarding FY2017 refugee ceiling issue

Refugee Resettlement Watch by Ann Corcoran For background, see my post here about the annual refugee admissions ceiling and my contention that the President had (still has!) the authority under the Refugee Act of 1980 to stay under the ceiling set by Obama (110,000) or the new ceiling he ...
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Federal judge in Virginia disagrees with Hawaii judge, upholds Trump travel ban

Once again, as not reported by the mainstream media, while Ryancare was going down in flames Friday, a Virginia judge ruled in favor of and upholding President Donald Trump’s executive order on extreme vetting. Federal Judge Anthony Trenga ruled that the President’s campaign rhetoric regarding a Muslim ban should ...
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MD Travel Ban Judge Might Order Trump to Take In 50,000 Poorly Vetted Refugees

Judge Theodore Chuang, the son of Taiwanese immigrants, is the other judge who ruled against Trump’s travel restriction. His ruling followed that of the judge in Hawaii. Both were appointed by Barack Obama to a lifetime on the bench, both are activists. A veteran of President Obama’s Department of Homeland ...
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Hawaii: Muslim Brotherhood-backed imam dictating US refugee policy

After eight years of empowerment by Barack Obama, the Muslim Brotherhood is taking on President Donald Trump’s executive order.   They must be exposed. Refugee Resettlement Watch by Ann Corcoran … instead of banning the Brotherhood, the U.S. is letting a Brotherhood-backed imam dictate U.S. refugee and visa policy. (John ...
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