Acting Attorney General Dana J. Boente
The U.S. Justice Department has announced that Dana J. Boente, was appointed Monday evening to serve as acting U.S. Attorney General, and he has issued the following guidance to the men and women of the department:
“On January 30, 2017, Acting Attorney General Sally Q. Yates issued a memorandum barring Department of Justice Attorney’s from presenting arguments in defense of the President’s January 27, 2017, Executive Order entitled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States.” At approximately 9:00 p.m., I was asked by the President to serve in the capacity of Acting Attorney General. Continue reading
Screen shot from ISIS video
Editorial: As those that effort America’s demise fan hysteria over President Donald Trump’s perfectly proper and rational immigration policy during this time of war it might be helpful to review the competing culture. A great deal can be learned by watching how cultures raise their children.
Israel often makes this point as they monitor cartoons produced by Palestinians teaching hate and encouraging murder, but ISIS surpasses that now common evil with a video of military live-fire training of children using living prisoners – Christians most likely. Continue reading
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One of the very sad stories this week was stunning racialist hate the Democratic National Committee Chair Candidates expressed at a public forum. Meeting to discuss what went wrong in 2016, they continued with identity politics while ignoring policy differences on issues that matter to the majority of voters.
The candidates blamed a particular scapegoat for the party’s poor showing in November: Political consultancies owned by white people. They praised the riotous group Black Lives Matter. Continue reading
In the 1940s, Jan Ting’s parents faced a difficult path to American citizenship following a U.S. immigration ban on Chinese workers that lasted 61 years.
Today, Ting is a law professor at Temple University—after serving as a top immigration official under President George H.W. Bush. Ting is also a strong opponent of sanctuary cities that shield illegal immigrants from deportation. That includes Philadelphia, where Temple University is located.
“I think that it is wrong, I think it endangers public safety, I think it endangers our law enforcement officers, and it’s just short-sighted,” he says. Continue reading
President Trump signed executive orders Wednesday authorizing the construction of a U.S.-Mexico border wall and targeting sanctuary cities, following through on campaign promises during the 2016 campaign. The orders cover a range of immigration enforcement measures.
“We’ve been talking about this from the beginning,” Trump said, as he signed the border measure during a visit to the Department of Homeland Security. Continue reading