Tagged: immigration

Executive Orders 16

How a Warning Became a Plan

The problem with the idea of executive orders left untouchable by future executive orders.

refugees

One of Three, But Should Be Many

Thinking we are better off without such people as Najib Ahmad Bakhtari in our nation is lunacy.

sunnyside

TV Reviews for Regular People: Sunnyside

This may be the perfect sitcom for Trump’s America. Sure, it plays on all the stereotypes of immigrants..But it’s heartwarming and funny.

us canada border

Border Misadventures

Somehow I managed to cross the U.S.-Canadian border twice in the past week without the proper documentation.

Kate Steinle

Katie Steinle’s Killer Wins Appeal

It is instinctive to feel that Katie Steinle’s case cries out for justice. But the newest ruling is from a legal standpoint, not ideological.

legal

Wednesday Writs for 8/14

A special “Em ran out of time” edition of the Wednesday Writs with some great moments in SCOTUS sarcasm, Trump’s new immigration rule, health insurance vs. drug manufacturer, reality TV tax evasion scandal, the crap show that is Barstool Sports, and more.

census

The End of the Citizenship Fight

There was a great deal of speculation that the President would simply ignore the Court’s ruling. In any case, Trump has effectively conceded the point.

militia

Criminally Stupid Comes to the Border

This is how a bad situation potentially gets completely out of control quickly, and authorities are right to jump all over it.

immigration

The Immigration Debate is Over

This was just racism at its most basic, an expression of thoughtless contempt against a marginalized group.

world

Ordinary World 18Feb2018

Your Ordinary World ft links to stories on President Trumps Emergency Declaration, UK Labour split, Black History Month, how Gov’t shutdowns really happen, Tulsi Gabbard, and The Resistance resists for you to read, share, and discuss.

Yes, He Won

Trump won. The fact that we hate it actually bolsters the case.

Mattis

On the Border, Mattis Once Again the Adult in the Room

With President Trump increasingly under fire and continually thwarted in his executive actions in court, administration officials like Mattis saying “strictly according to the law,” will be more important to the country than ever.