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Ninth Circuit Halts Immigration Case, Waits for New Trump Executive Order

The U.S. Department of Justice asked the appeals court on Thursday to stay any further proceedings in the case, citing Trump’s announcement during a press conference earlier that day that he would issue a new EO during the week of Feb. 19.

The Real Crime in the Michael Flynn Saga

Flynn had a legal duty to tell the truth to FBI agents, who apparently questioned him about the calls.

Trump, the FTC and Unleashing the U.S. Economy

The President and his administration are moving aggressively to implement pro-growth policies that will boost our economy after years of a sluggish recovery.

Time for Trump to Make His Acting FTC Chair Permanent

After a stunning election win, President Trump is off to a fast start implementing major change.

Trump Administration Hits Pause on Transgender Lawsuit

Justice Department lawyers have asked a federal appeals court to cancel an upcoming hearing on the 13-state lawsuit against the federal government’s transgender directive.

Court Ruling Against Trump’s Executive Order Shows the Worst of Judicial Activism

After the decision was announced, Trump tweeted, “The security of our nation is at stake.” He is right.

All Options on the Table for Immigration Executive Order Case

President Donald Trump and his team are weighing their options in the legal challenge to his executive order.

The ACLU’s War on Common Sense

Leading the charge against the Trump executive order, it undercuts national security

Neil Gorsuch: The President’s Home Run for the Supreme Court

Gorsuch, like Scalia, believes that the Constitution actually means something, rather than being a meaningless collection of words to be tortured until they confess to the desired result.

Ninth Circuit Claims Unprecedented Power, Affirms Ban on Immigration EO

DOJ now has the option of seeking review at the U.S. Supreme Court, which may be a long shot before Judge Neil Gorsuch is confirmed as the ninth justice.