The President had a big win on the so-called ‘Muslim travel ban’ thanks to a Supreme Court ruling today. Free speech also won today at SCOTUS. It’s a loss for the hard-left who are infuriated. Travel Ban Upheld In a victory for President Trump, the Supremes have upheld the ...Read more Comments Off on President Has a Big Win at SCOTUS That Infuriates the Left
Today is the day, America that the U. S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in the case of Donald J. Trump, President of the United States, et al., Petitioners v. Hawaii, et al. (Trump v. Hawaii). The usual suspects have lined up to create chaos should the decision not go their way. Refugee Resettlement ...Read more Comments Off on Supremes to hear Trump travel ban case today, fears Trump will win
The U. S. Supreme Court will hear arguments tomorrow (Wednesday, April 25, 2018) in the case of Donald J. Trump, President of the United States, et al., Petitioners v. Hawaii, et al. (Trump v. Hawaii) which is sure to be the first of many arguments. As expected, bad actors, many of whom are Republicans, former ...Read more Comments Off on Muslim Advocates want DOJ and DHS to withdraw report on immigrant terrorism
The Supreme Court of the United States just hours ago dismissed Hawaii’s challenge to President Trump’s extreme vetting executive order remanding the case back to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals for dismissal as the case is now moot due to the expiration of the 120-day pause which ends ...Read more Comments Off on SCOTUS Drops Hawaii’s Challenge to Trump’s Extreme Vetting EO.
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, ...Read more Comments Off on Hawaii Lawyer Says Travel Ban Could Be Constitutional if Issued by Different President
You cannot make this stuff up. American Civil Liberties Union senior staff attorney, Omar C. Jadwat, argues before the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va yesterday that President Donald Trump’s executive order on extreme vetting should be ruled unconstitutional because the order came through “President Trump.” In ...Read more Comments Off on Appeals Court hearing of Travel Ban: ‘If Clinton had ordered it, it would have been legal’
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 ...Read more Comments Off on Maryland judge to hold hearing on Tuesday regarding FY2017 refugee ceiling issue