Monthly Archives: January 2017

Winter is Coming

  Whether or not you agree with any of President Trump’s actions during just his first week in office, it should now be evident that he fully intends to pursue many of the promises he made on the campaign trail. … Continue reading

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The Legality of Discrimination

On January 27th, of 2017, President Donald Trump fulfilled one of his campaign promises by enacting an executive order, with the sole purpose of restricting travel and immigration from countries that have been declared terrorist “hotbeds”. In the text, President … Continue reading

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Dramatic Irony

After flipping through the pages of A Matter of interpretation, a name caught my eye: Laurence H. Tribe. This name was briefly mentioned in class last week regarding his involvement in efforts to sue President Trump for not properly divesting … Continue reading

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Donald Trump and Religion

On January 20, 2017 in his Inauguration Speech, Donald Trump quoted a biblical verse in part of his speech. The quote is as follows: “The Bible tells us, ‘How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in … Continue reading

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Recent Protests in the United States

In class we have focused on injustice in America and ways that the law can be used as a tool to combat many of the issues we spoke on. Since election day thousands of Americans have used their right to … Continue reading

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