The private prison industry is booming, and Trump will keep it that way. In one of his first acts on the job, Attorney General Jeff Sessions immediately rescinded an Obama administration order to phase out the use of private prisons altogether. 10 more words
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[Eugene Volokh] Judge refuses to order Congress to outlaw parts of the Koran or issue an official federally edited Koran
From Levay v. United States , handed down Wednesday by a federal district court: On February 17, 2017, Plaintiff Ross Levay filed a complaint alleging that the United States and various government officials have committed gross negligence, breach of contract, First Amendment violations, and breach of oath by failing to prevent “incitement to imminent lawlessness” by “Radical Islamic Terrorists.”… , the Court … concluded that Levay’s suit was frivolous and would be dismissed. 23 more words
Indeed, the king shoulders a heavy mandate entrusted to him.
The fulfilment of his role is not only judged by the people of this world. 129 more words
The New York Giants had a strong 2016 campaign, going 11-5 and earning a wild card berth in the postseason. With the Cowboys facing the reality of starting the season without star running back Ezekiel Elliott, the NFC East looks to be up for grabs, with the Giants the likely favorites now to swipe the crown. 105 more words
The King is part of a national institution that can play a positive role in strengthening the democratic system.
His Majesty’s responsibility is to provide check and balances. 75 more words
It's okay for Arkansas to block Medicaid funds going to Planned Parenthood, U.S. appeals court rules
Today, a U.S. appeals court reversed a previous ruling that barred the state of Arkansas from halting Medicaid funding to Planned Parenthood, after the release of setup videos secretly recorded by anti-abortion, hard-right media provocateurs. 20 more words