Recently, any lawsuits against Trump’s executive order banning refugee admissions were dismissed by the Supreme Court.
After North Korea imprisoned American college student Otto Warmbier last year for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster in Pyongyang, the administration of then-President Barack Obama essentially told Warmbier’s family to shut up and “take a low profile,” his parents revealed in an interview.
Thirty years of loyal service to the Buffalo Bills was brought to an end on Sunday, by a single act of disloyal, disservice to our country. After watching Bills players kneeling, raising fists, and even stretching during the playing of the national anthem, New Era Field employee Erich Nikischer decided he had enough.
She may be famous for calling out “big banks” from the Senate floor, but America’s pre-eminent Harvard diversity hire, Elizabeth Warren, is changing her tune now that she needs to raise money for a mid-term presidential run.
The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey has seen Americans put aside their differences, political and otherwise, to lend helping hands to storm victims in Texas and Louisiana, but unfortunately, the chaos has also given the Islamic State group a potential opening for mass violence.