Lagarde, Canada’s central bank spokeswoman and England’s central bank decry protectionism. Protectionism: protecting ones self, ones family; ones friends ones country.
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 … More After President Trump’s February 16, 2017 Televised Press Briefing
‘“Clearly, we have a President who does not understand what our Constitution is about, what democracy is about. And I think there is a fear in this country of this nation under Trump moving into a more authoritarian mode,” Mr Sanders said.” If the judgements suspending President Trump’s executive order to delay entry to the … More Has anyone read the U.S. constitution?
In media “evidence” is a term crucial for determining fact. I remember when I was challenging a guardianship someone presumably on my side asked: but how can you prove it, which to me meant do you have evidence? Here fact proving “evidence” is far more important than it was for me because it suggests that … More Legal orders without factual evidence are unconstitutional.
Yes say scholars for “Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington” . Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington was co-founded in 2003 by Norman L. Eisen and Melanie Sloan in part as a counter-weight to conservative watchdog groups such as Judicial Watch.
In recent months I’ve noticed virulent criticism of media expressed by Republican candidates for president of the United States and echoed by online comments; so everyone knows that few like the media, or Donald Trump; so say online media. Recently media have referred to Mr. Trump’s willingness to stop accepting new citizens to the U.S.A. … More Media and The American Constitution