Category Archives: US Lawsuits & Laws

Trump’s travel ban lands in Seattle appellate court

Don’t hold your breath folks, this is now before another group of liberal Obama butt kissin’ judges. The latest legal showdown over President Trump’s revised executive order targeting refugees and nationals from six predominately Muslim countries hits a Seattle appellate courtroom Monday morning.

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ACLU files FOIA request seeking evidence of Trump’s voter fraud allegations

The ACLU filed a Freedom of Information Act request Thursday seeking any facts or evidence supporting President Trump’s claims that the 2016 presidential election was muddied by widespread voter fraud.

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Rod Rosenstein, man behind Comey’s firing, is highly respected on Capitol Hill

Rod Rosenstein, who recommended to President Trump that he fire FBI Director James Comey, is widely respected by both career civil servants and members of both political parties. The Justice Department’s newly appointed deputy attorney general earned praise from Democrats during confirmation hearings earlier this year before getting overwhelming approval, 94-6, in the Senate.

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Texas sanctuary city crackdown: AG Paxton sues Austin, others

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton already has filed suit against local jurisdictions that had been accused of not cooperating with federal immigration agents, in a preemptive bid to uphold a newly signed anti-sanctuary city law and head off numerous legal challenges.

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Trump travel ban: Appeals court takes first look at revised order

Monday, President Trump’s revision of his controversial executive order imposing a travel and refugee ban on certain countries will get an important legal test when a federal appeals court in Virginia weighs whether the administration overstepped its authority.

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NY AG Threatens Lawsuit if Senate Passes House ACHA Bill

Idiot Demonrat….if he can sue, that means all Demonrats can sue, if congress passes any law they don’t like. Friday Democratic New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman warned he would file a lawsuit if the Senate passed the House’s version of the American Health Care Act (ACHA).

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Sen. Tom Cotton on Healthcare: ‘We’re Writing Our Own Bill’

Sen. Tom Cotton supports repealing Obamacare, but he has promised that Senate Republicans are “going to write our own bill,” rather than rubber stamping the House version of the American Health Care Act passed on Thursday, after telling a recent town hall meeting he believed the House was “moving too fast” to push through the …

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AHCA: Republican health care bill headed for overhaul in Senate

As President Trump took a victory lap with House Republicans after their health care bill passed its first big test Thursday, the hard work is just beginning for the majority party whose mission these past seven years has been ObamaCare’s demise.

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Supreme Court weighs whether lying to get citizenship can justify revoking it

Can lying years ago, cost a person their citizenship? That’s  what the Supreme Court is considering in the case of an ethnic Serbian woman from Bosnia who lied during her refugee and later citizenship application process about why she was seeking to make the U.S. her permanent home.

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‘Fixer Upper’s’ Chip Gaines sued by former business partners for fraud

Everyone wants a piece of the pie.  They agreed to the buyout, tough luck if they sold too soon. “Fixer Upper” star Chip Gaines is being sued by two former business partners in a million-dollar fraud lawsuit.

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