Texas cannot block the federal government from relocating Syrian refugees to the state, a federal judge ruled.
In the last twenty-four hours, Donald Trump has accused U.S. soldiers in Iraq of stealing money intended for Iraqis, and doubled down on his innuendo that Barack Obama somehow personally supports ISIS.
He has also tweeted his support for the proposal (backed by Barack Obama) to take away the right to buy a gun for those on government watch lists. For those trying to figure out what this means: it means he has caved on gun control. So much for the argument that he’s better than Hillary on Constitutional issues that go before the Supreme Court.
President Obama vigorously defended his administration’s counterterrorism policy on Tuesday of avoiding the term “radical Islam” when identifying terrorists, and denied political correctness was behind the ban.
In a brief but pointed Facebook post, country music star Ronnie Dunn took exception to President Obama’s anti-gun remarks, writing “the worst mass murder in American history attributed to Isis and Obama steps up to the microphone and implies that it will stop if guns are taken away.”
President Obama is not trying to use an executive order to close the detention facility housing terrorist suspects at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba, according to a report Monday.