The disarray mirrored the administration’s disastrous rollout of its ban on travel and immigration from seven-majority Muslim countries.
Yet again, technology CEOs are taking to Twitter in opposition of something President Trump is banning. This time, months after many sounded off about the White House's travel ban from six predominantly Muslim countries, a number of leading tech CEOs had their say on Trump's tweets this morning, which said that the U.S. military "will not accept […]
Transgender servicemembers are already reaching out to the ACLU and others to sue their commander-in-chief in what could be a legal nightmare like the Muslim ban.
Since his time in office, President Trump has put in place a travel ban on Muslim immigrants from seven different nations in the Middle East, has increased the number of border agents at the Mexican border, and has high hopes of building a new wall at the US-Mexican border. Despite all of this attention being […]
United States citizens' grandparents from six Muslim-majority countries will once again be eligible to receive U.S. visas, according to a State Department memo Reuters got a hold of that reflects the latest court smackdown of President Donald Trump's utterly stupid and racist Muslim travel ban. (more…)
A U.S. Supreme Court justice who was in favor of completely reinstating President Donald Trump's ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries welcomed new U.S. citizens on Monday, encouraging … Click to Continue »
Judges in the circuit have blocked both of Trump's bans on travelers from a group of mostly Muslim countries and halted his attempt to strip funding from so-called sanctuary cities.
Hawaii judge rejects the Trump administration’s attempt to ban grandmothers, uncles, and other close relatives of U.S. Muslim A federal judge in Hawaii stepped in on Thursday night to stop the Trump administration from enforcing itsShow More Summary
by Anthony Stahelski Perhaps the most controversial of President Trump’s executive orders was the ban against travelers from six Muslim countries. This ban reflected Trump’s anti-Muslim immigrant campaign rhetoric. The massive outcry...Show More Summary
In another rebuke that further waters down his already watered-down Muslim ban 2.0, U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson of Federal District Court in Hawaii ordered Donald Trump to exempt grandparents and other close relatives from his...Show More Summary
Hawaii judge rules grandparents are exempt from Trump's travel ban enforcement on six Muslim-majority countries.
A federal judge in Hawaii on Thursday expanded the list of family relationships needed by people seeking new visas from six mostly Muslim countries to avoid President Donald Trump's travel … Click to Continue »
I want to build on my post from Tuesday about how no one is even talking about the renewed Muslim ban, as well as Dan’s post from yesterday expanding on it to discuss Trump’s plan for mass deportations. The initial response to the Muslim ban was amazing. As these things go, the seeming spontaneous actions […]
The protests against Trump’s Muslim ban were a critical moment in the early days of this administration, demonstrating that a mass of Americans would stand up for values of inclusion. Unfortunately, with the Supreme Court at least temporarily (and probably permanently) allowing for the Muslim ban to continue, the protests about it have faded away. […]
Hawaii's push to expand the list of relatives exempt from President Donald Trump's ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries is bogged down in court, where it has bounced … Click to Continue »
The American people have the impression that the Muslim ban has been defeated, but in reality, visa officials have been carrying it out – administratively – for over a month.
June 26, 2017, was a grim day for religious tolerance in America. On that date, the Supreme Court ruled to uphold parts of the Trump administration's travel ban, which restricts people from six predominantly Islamic countries from entering the United States, lending credibility to the irrational wave of xenophobia that...
A new Politico-Morning Consult poll has found that six in 10 American voters now support the new travel ban on people from six predominantly Muslim countries. You will find more statistics at Statista As Statista's Niall McCarthy notes,...Show More Summary
Hawaii has returned to federal court with a new motion in its challenge to Trump administration travel ban rules regarding citizens from six majority Muslim countries. In the motion filed … Click to Continue »
US state if Hawaii had requested emergency order blocking parts of Trump's ban on six Muslim countries.