U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson wrote in an order that suspended the latest version of the president’s travel ban that it ‘plainly discriminates based on nationality.’
Although the order is more carefully crafted following months of review, Trump’s opponents will still fight it. But that doesn’t mean it will work.
A new poll released Wednesday indicates that restricting migration from majority-Muslim countries is a lot more popular than the mainstream media would have us believe.
The Supreme Court has substantially upheld a significant part of the executive power by which President Trump’s immigration order was issued.
Last week, California added four more states to its ‘travel ban,’ including Texas, claiming those states’ religious freedom laws amount to discrimination.
If our system of government devolves into a political tug-of-war between the executive branch and the judiciary, we all lose.
The furor over Trump’s executive order on immigration isn’t about the Constitution. It’s about liberals’ contempt for Trump.
A federal judge in Hawaii relied on his feelings and flawed interpretation of Trump’s campaign rhetoric to block his latest travel ban.
America’s top officials and doctors are playing fast and loose with Ebola information, and that’s dangerous.
The Ebola travel ban debate reminds us that the fatal conceit of technocracy is the assumption that dynamic systems like human society are controllable.
The World Health Organization just announced that Senegal has “ended Ebola transmission” within its borders. The country instituted a travel ban in August.
If you think blocking travel from countries riddled with Ebola is racist, you might be a TV talking head.
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