On Feb. 3, 2017, Judge James L. Robart of the Western District of Washington state issued a temporary restraining order against the enforcement of President Trump’s executive order on immigration and refugees. President Trump should view this as a spectacular opportunity.
For decades the federal judiciary has been emboldened to rule capriciously and arbitrarily because the other two branches of government have completely abdicated their roles as independent and co-equal branches of government. Whenever the courts issue unconstitutional edicts and decrees – no matter how outrageous – the executive and legislative branches i ... continue reading »
It takes courage to publicly stand up to anti-freedom bullies and their enablers like Kellogg’s and the Toronto Globe and Mail as you have. If only some other large household-name brands have the kind of courage you have shown and replace those un-American advertisers with their own advertising on the “Front Page” that proclaimed the value of free speech.
Was it the writer Evelyn Beatrice Hall who wrote, “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it”?
I would like for the government to move mobile homes into the neighborhoods of the celebrities who have spoken against the ban on immigrants coming into the U.S. from dangerous countries. Then move the newest immigrants (refugees) into these homes.
I realize that these mobile homes would not be in compliance with the zoning ordinances of the upper-class neighborhoods where the celebrities live, but, let these outspoken protesters show the real compassion of America by letting the Middle East refugees live in their neighborhoods (and gated communities).