Today is February 17, 2017. I’ve had 2 weeks to digest everything that’s been promulgated about President Trump’s executive order banning people from the 7 countries that the Obama administration had carefully considered places where terrorism was exported from. I’ve also heard that the president had wanted a one month warning period before the ban was effected but that police had warned against giving the bad guys a month to get into the U.S. ahead of the ban. Whether true or not I heard him say just that at his televised press briefing yesterday Feb. 16. His criticism, the tone of which may have been brazen, of the judges decisions in these matters, I take seriously to the extent that his sister is a judge. For all reports that the ban was unconstitutional express a kind of willful ignorance, since none of the challenges and none of the judicial decisions refer to words in the constitution of the United States of America.