Michael Moore loves to predict things about Donald Trump. He thinks the new U.S. president is going to get everyone killed; he believes Trump will absolutely build a border wall and ban all Muslims. (Lest we forget, Moore also wrote a prescient essay predicting Trump would win.) Anyhow, Moore is ... More »
What can you do to resist in the age of Trump? We’ve seen an explosion of progressive energy in 2017, from the Women’s March to protests against the Muslim ban to massively improved Democratic performance in special elections in two very red House districts. Show More Summary
The most authoritarian Attorney General in US history, Jeff Sessions, took a lot of heat on Thursday for making nasty and ignorant remarks about the state of Hawaii and the judge who ruled against Trump's "Muslim ban" executive order. On...Show More Summary
Jeff Sessions is really all in on calling one of the 50 United States an “island in the Pacific” as a way to attack the legitimacy of a duly appointed and confirmed federal judge who sits in Hawaii. In an interview with MSNBC’s Ali Velshi,...Show More Summary
CNN reports: Attorney General Jeff Sessions said this week he was amazed that a judge in Hawaii could block President Donald Trump’s executive order halting immigration from several majority Muslim countries. Sessions made the comments in an interview with “The Mark Levin Show” Tuesday evening that was put online Wednesday. Show More Summary
Jeff Sessions is "amazed that a judge sitting on an island in the Pacific" can block Trump's Muslim ban.
WHEN American officials announced last month that laptops and tablets would be banned from aeroplane cabins on flights from certain Muslim countries, many questioned the administration's motive. Was it a proportionate response to specific intelligence about a terrorist threat?
Too bad Chinese president Xi Jinping didn't get 10 minutes to explain the complications of Donald Trump's Muslim ban to him before he decided to wreck the U.S. tourism industry. Trump's ban isn't just depressing travel from the 6-7 majority-Muslim...Show More Summary
If Trump was concerned for Syrians in the chemical attack, he should lift the Muslim ban & welcome refugees. President Trump seemed visibly moved by the suffering of Syrian civilians in the wake of a brutal chemical attack in the country that killed over 89 civilians. Show More Summary
We the public deserve to have all of the information on what went down with the Muslim ban. Extensive questions surround the chaos that erupted nationwide in response to President Trump’s first “Muslim ban.” Because the government has...Show More Summary
The ongoing controversy and litigation over the Trump administration’s “Muslim ban” has reignited a debate that has raged since the 9/11 attacks: Who commits more domestic terrorism–violent Salafists or traditional “right wing” extremists? According to a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report, it’s the latter and by a very wide margin. Show More Summary
As touted in the news recently, the April 10 th episode of ABC’s Quantico, titled “ODYOKE,” worked a fictional vote in Congress on a Muslim registry bill into the script. Quantico writers are determined not to miss an opportunity to take a swipe at President Trump this season and the Muslim registry storyline is a clear reference to the president's so-called Muslim travel ban.
Twitter today dropped a lawsuit it filed on Thursday against the U.S. Homeland Security Department, after saying the DHS withdrew its summons for records about who is operating a Twitter account critical of President Donald Trump. (more…)
US model Bella Hadid has spoken out against President Donald Trump's attempted travel bans, saying she is proud to be a Muslim and the daughter of a refugee. Twenty-year-old Hadid is one of the most photographed and in-demand models of the moment, dominating the catwalk in the fall/winter 2017 fashion season in New York and Europe. Show More Summary
FAKE NEWS: GIULIAN EXPLAINS THAT TRUMP’S IMMIGRATION ORDER ISN’T A MUSLIM BAN, headline says Giuliani admitted that Trump’s executive order on immigration is a “Muslim ban.” So, no, Giuliani did not say that President Trump asked him how to do a Muslim ban legally, but how to exclude jihadists without banning Muslims generally. And in […]
Hawaii and other opponents of the ban claim it is based on Trump's election campaign promise of "a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States."
A temporary restraining order against Donald Trump’s Muslim ban 2.0 is now a preliminary injunction after a Wednesday ruling by the Hawaii-based federal judge who initially issued the TRO. Judge Derrick Watson rejected the Trump Justice...Show More Summary
by Ana Sofia Knauf From the Sea-Tac Airport protest after Trump signed his first executive order to ban Muslims. ASK Hawaii Judge Extends Court Order to Block Trump's Attempt to Ban Muslims: Hell yes. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson...Show More Summary
Aw too bad. Trump lost bigly again in court yesterday, and he has no one to blame but himself and his big fat mouth. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson's original order halting the travel ban was issued March 15.... in the form of aShow More Summary
Hawaii attorney general said the ban had acted as a neon sign saying ‘Muslim ban’ that the government had not turned off.