Concurrent with Rex Tillerson’s decision to unhitch American immigration policies from that of the United Nations, the Trump Administration received an important immigration policy decision from the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court has granted temporary support for the Trump “extreme vetting” travel ban which limits travel from countries presenting heightened risks of terrorism. As we wait for a final Supreme Court decision on this matter, we can be encouraged by the number of justices who supported the temporary travel ban.
Also of interest in this article are the common sense statements made by John Malcolm, head of the Institute for Constitutional Government at The Heritage Foundation. After reading these statements one has to wonder how any judge-even a Leftist judge-could have possibly opposed his ban in the first place-and still look his children in the eyes. To read more click on this link.