Our Commander-in-Chief will only be as effective as his lawyers permit him to be. Nearly four months into Donald Trump’s presidency, it is unclear, though, whether his White House Counsel, Don McGahn is up for the job.
What most observers have not realized, however, is that Trump has pivoted from executive orders and is now advancing his agenda with aggressive legal positions in deportation hearings.
Although the beverages are well-nigh indistinguishable in appearance, Starbucks did not approach The End for permission to use the Unicorn Latte name.
Rightful ire directed towards Trump should not prompt liberals to weaken the presidency as an institution with imprudent suits.
Habib Olapade argues that payroll practices that base current salaries on previous earnings are discriminatory because women already earn less than men.
Unfortunately, a compelling body of evidence suggests that branches of Bank of America and Wells Fargo in South Florida breached prohibitions on discriminatory lending during the subprime mortgage crisis.
Donald Trump’s early attempts to implement his nativist immigration policies have hit a wall. The President’s aides and lawyers have struggled to interpret and implement his recent executive orders because Trump’s policy directives have been quite vague.
It was against this backdrop of legalized discrimination, that Mississippi’s current state flag was adopted in 1894. The emblem has been used time and again in the Deep South to express opposition to racial equality.