[G]iven its treatment of talented personnel who do not have the same skin color, religious beliefs, or sexual orientation, perhaps the U.S. isn’t the best choice for settling down these days.
With the decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals in San Francisco, the U.S. president will eventually realize that his omnipotence has limits.
<i>In a meeting with senators, Neil Gorsuch – who was nominated for the high court by the president – criticized Trump’s invective against the courts over Trump’s legal battle against his immigration order.</i>
Donald Trump has upset his own supporters, and criticism has begun to appear within his own [Read more]
Does this mean that when people of any religion, color or race — other than Muslims — commit acts of terrorism, they should be ignored and no action be taken against them?
The ban is only the latest episode in the conspiracist-in-chief's chaos streak.