New and Analysis (2/22/20)

Given that the Constitution gives Congress the sole power to declare war, it is counter-intuitive to think the President can veto a bill preventing him in engaging in acts of war:

The common wisdom is that Donald Trump prefers to be surrounded by lackeys, but when it comes to immigration, Stephen Miller has made Trump his lackey:

The boy was locked up after leaving home to buy medicine last August. He is only one of hundreds of Muslim residents detained, many of whom “have been moved to jails across India”:

The former deputy warden denies that the “meme of two black garbage bags next to a Muslim woman and child in black burkas and a caption saying the woman had three beautiful children” represents his own views:

“The chief executive officer of Ryanair has called for the profiling of Muslim men at airports, claiming “bombers” will “generally be of a Muslim persuasion”:

Emgage’s CEO credits Sanders with building “a historically inclusive and forward-thinking movement” representing an America “grounded in the belief that all humans are equal and worthy of a dignified life”:

The effect on turnout of the disqualification thousands of< reform candidates is not yet known, but “conservative allies of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei are likely to gain a sizeable majority based on partial results”:






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