Supremes allow travel ban

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the Trump administration to fully enforce a ban on travel to the United States by residents of six mostly Muslim countries.

This is not a final ruling on the travel ban: Challenges to the policy are winding through the federal courts, and the justices themselves ultimately are expected to rule on its legality.
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5 Responses to Supremes allow travel ban

  1. Bill says:

    The Supreme Court got it right this time. Constitutionally, it is the President that makes these decisions, not a lower court federal judge in Hawaii or Kalifornia.

    And even in liberal New York City, a Muslime who shouldn’t have been here, rented a truck from Home Depot and mowed down a bunch of people having a nice time in an unseasonably warm day. He was yelling Allahu Akbar as he was killing.

  2. Andrew says:

    Not surprising that Ginsburg and Sotomayor are against it. Surprising that Kagan and the other leftist flake were for it.

  3. rick says:

    ‘rule on it’s legality’. Don’t they read the US Constitution any more?

  4. John Deaux says:

    Personally I have no idea why the ban wasn’t just put in place and arrested anyone who stood in the way. Judge, fed politician, governor, mayor, city council or anyone else, none are above the law.
    Speaking of which that sheriff who turned that illegal that killed Kate in queer francisco should be in a cell

  5. Marshall says:

    I think the title implies authority that does not exist. The SCOTUS does not allow anything. They issue opinions. A president with some balls could just tell them, thank you for your opinion, now go pound sand. If the legislature had some balls they would be impeaching and removing judges that get these things so wrong, or passing legislation that removes some subjects from judicial review (yes, they can do that). Opinions are just opinions, that is all.

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