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Breaking CNN - H.R. McMaster Voluntold as next NSC Advisor

According to commentators, he is still on active duty, so he cannot say no to SCROTUS.

More candidates stepping away from Trump's hurl radius. Latest - Petraeus

This from Last Word MSNBC.

OMFG! Even Jo Scar is going after the Tangerine Menace

Message from a friend, on his way over for dinner tonight

I have a confession to make.

I voted for Donald Trump.

I deeply regret it.

(This is Texas)

Pt 3 of 5 Pastor Anderson Full Trial (12/16/09) Border Patrol Checkpoint @ 7:10

The entire series is extremely interesting, but this is the crucial moment in the 5 hour long proceeding.


Mom and her two kids terrorized by Border Patrol checkpoint out in the desert

Kellyanne Conway: Michael Flynn Has 'Full Confidence' Of Donald Trump MSNBC

If Kellyanne eats crow, is that considered cannibalism?

Flynn just resigned - CNN nt

Elizabeth Warren is a #badhembra nt

The big hole in the Trump administration's argument about standing

Is the claim that the AGs have no standing because the injured parties are non citizens.

The fact of the matter is that visa applications, particularly for resident visas, are made not by the recipients of the visas, but by US citizen relatives on their behalf. So the injured parties are American citizens whose due process rights are violated when their relatives are denied entry to the US, after going through the vetting process, simply on the basis of religion and nationality.

Entry visas, other than tourist visas into the United States, in general require a sponsor who is a United States Citizen.

That citizen is the injured party with standing in the courts, represented by the Attorneys Generals of their respective states.
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