Republican Florida state Rep. Brian Mast revealed on Sunday that he had reversed his position on gun control and is calling for an immediate ban of AR-15s, the type of military-style assault rifle that was used to murder 17 at a school...Show More Summary
Republican Florida state Rep. Brian Mast revealed on Sunday that he had reversed his position on gun control and is calling for an immediate ban of AR-15s, the type of military-style assault rifle that was used to murder 17 at a school in Parkland, Florida. During an interview on Face the Nation,...
From U.S. President Trump’s Muslim ban, to Myanmar’s ethnic cleansing campaign, the world has spent the past year coping with discriminatory policies, atrocities, and hate-filled rhetoric from leaders, Amnesty International says in its latest report.
“President Trump in 2017 reflected what white supremacist groups want to see: a country where racism is sanctioned by the highest office, immigrants are given the boot and Muslims banned.”
Donald Trump‘s travel ban on six Muslim-majority countries unlawfully discriminates against Muslims, Virginia’s appeals court has ruled. The Richmond-based 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals said the ban violates the US Constitution by discriminating on the basis of religion. Show More Summary
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia voted 8 to 4 against Donald Trump's third version of a travel ban on Muslims from specific countries. Trump signed the third ban in September. Unlike the first two versions, which were... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
(Scott Johnson) Our robed masters have really made their presence felt on the lower federal courts in their treatment of President Trump’s three so-called Muslim travel ban orders. The Supreme Court will have the final word and it is in light of the Court’s prospective final word in Trump v. Show More Summary
"[T]he President’s repeated statements convey the primary purpose of the Proclamation -- to exclude Muslims from the United States." The post Fourth Circuit: Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric — and tweets — make his Travel Ban 3.0 unconstitutional appeared first on Hot Air.
Trump’s ban, says court, “strikes at the basic notion that the government may not act based on religious animosity.” Once again, an appeals court ruled that President Trump’s Muslim ban — now in its third iteration — violates the Constitution’s...Show More Summary
Yet another federal appeals court, the Fourth Circuit, ruled against President Donald Trump's travel ban against Muslims. The post Appeals Court: Trump’s Anti-Muslim Comments Continue To Taint Travel Ban appeared first on Shadowproo...
Citing Trump’s tweets about Muslims, a federal appeals court ruled that his travel ban is unconsitutional.
President Donald Trump’s travel ban targeting people from six Muslim-majority countries violates the U.S. Constitution by discriminating on the basis of religion, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday in another legal setback for the policy. The Richmond-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of...
President Donald Trump’s latest travel ban on travelers from six largely Muslim countries is unconstitutional because it discriminates against Muslims because of their religion, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday
DETROIT, MICHIGAN — At U.S. Immigration Court in Detroit’s McNamara Federal Building, the waiting room is full. It’s early January and most of those waiting are squeezed into winter coats, sitting in connected chairs making small talk in Spanish, Arabic, and English. Everyone had rushed to be present by 8:30 a.m. — braving icy roads […]
Novelist Ha Jin explains why the courts stopping Trump’s first Muslim Ban made him feel at peace with being American I have often been asked two questions. One is: What was the most surprising incident when you served in the ChineseShow More Summary
A year on, the president has still not divided us by faith.
Even as court orders rolled in, Customs and Border Protection continued to uphold Trump's Muslim ban. It’s been nearly a year since the Trump Administration issued its first Muslim ban, unleashing chaos at airports across the country. Show More Summary
ON JANUARY 19th, almost a year after Donald Trump issued his ham-handed initial ban on travel from Muslim countries, the Supreme Court agreed to resolve a challenge to a third, more refined version of that order. The case, Trump v.
The US Supreme Court has said it will decide the legality of Donald Trump’s so-called Muslim travel ban – a case that will likely be an examination of his presidential powers. After legal challenges to a series of measures announcedShow More Summary
The US Supreme Court said Friday it will review President Donald Trump's latest travel ban affecting citizens from six Muslim majority countries plus North Korea and Venezuela. In what could prove decisive in a legal battle that hasShow More Summary