Saturday, January 28, 2017

saturday Bud Royer


Just saying.



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Locals are used to directing tourists to our town's famous Newman's Castle, and to our parks named after local famous attorneys who also live in the area.






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Road trip in my future


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Is The Trump Executive Order On Refugees Constitutional?

by jonathanturley
donald_trump_president-elect_portrait_croppedLate Friday, President Donald Trump carried out one of his primary campaign promised this week with a suspension on the entry of all refugees to the United States and an order for "extreme vetting" as a condition for entry for some foreign citizens.  The order below specifically suspends entry of all refugees to the United States for 120 days, bars Syrian refugees indefinitely, and blocks entry into the United States for 90 days for citizens from seven countries: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.  The order had immediate impact on travelers who were denied entry to the United States and held at some airports like JFK.




Federal Court Stays Executive On Refugees

by jonathanturley
donald_trump_president-elect_portrait_cropped Yesterday, I discussed the constitutionality of the executive order halting all refugee entries to the United States.  Late on Saturday, U.S. District Court Judge Ann Donnelly ruled in favor of a habeas corpus petition filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).  The petition was brought on behalf of two Iraqi men detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Friday.  As I discussed on CNN after the ruling, this is decision to stay not to enjoin. The latter will require a showing by the ACLU that it is substantially likely to prevail on the merits, a tough standard to satisfy.  Judge Donnelly effective froze developments in the case pending a hearing on the case.







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Federal Court Stays Executive On Refugees

by jonathanturley
donald_trump_president-elect_portrait_cropped Yesterday, I discussed the constitutionality of the executive order halting all refugee entries to the United States.  Late on Saturday, U.S. District Court Judge Ann Donnelly ruled in favor of a habeas corpus petition filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).  The petition was brought on behalf of two Iraqi men detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Friday.  As I discussed on CNN after the ruling, this is decision to stay not to enjoin. The latter will require a showing by the ACLU that it is substantially likely to prevail on the merits, a tough standard to satisfy.  Judge Donnelly effective froze developments in the case pending a hearing on the case.




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