Posted on Blog For 05/22/2019: Morning Edition

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George Sorbane Quotes:

1. “So Alex was counting the days until he would step on the holy soil of Boston, ready to breathe the cold Atlantic air and sense the spirits of those remarkable people about whom he had read so much with nearly religious admiration, walk the streets in their footsteps, and pray in the churches where they had found peace and solace in times of fateful junction.”― “The Endless Beginning



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….Democrat leadership is tearing the United States apart, but I will continue to set records for the American People – and Nancy, thank you so much for your prayers, I know you truly mean it!




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….In the meantime, my Administration is achieving things that have never been done before, including unleashing perhaps the Greatest Economy in our Country’s history….




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….But they really want a do-over! You can’t investigate and legislate simultaneously – it just doesn’t work that way. You can’t go down two tracks at the same time. Let Chuck, Nancy, Jerry, Adam and all of the rest finish playing their games….




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So sad that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will never be able to see or understand the great promise of our Country. They can continue the Witch Hunt which has already cost $40M and been a tremendous waste of time and energy for everyone in America, or get back to work….






2…………> “Yalla” Driver Licenses: Sweden


The Transport Administration of the Islamic Sheikdom of Sweden launched an information campaign in Arabic called “Yalla Driver’s License” using the Arabic expression Yalla, led by a star blogger Mahmoud Bitar with over 1.5 million followers on social media and Tahani Abood, a program host at Alkompis which is largest news channel for Arabic speakers, about the process of getting a driver’s license in Sweden,featuring an Muslim immigrant couple complaining about the weather in the Scandinavian country and using a derogatory racial epithet for “Swedes”.

In 2018, Arabic was estimated to have surpassed Finnish as Sweden’s second-largest native language, as speakers of Arabic swelled into the Scandinavian country amid the European migrant crisis.

 While some praised Tahanny and Mahmoud for their performance and hailed the Transport Agency’s accommodating approach, others slammed the very idea of running the entire film in Arabic

“In Sweden, Arabic is now the largest language after Swedish and at the Swedish Transport Administration about 20 percent of all knowledge tests are written in Arabic. We want to change this by reaching out to the target group about what is required to be a safe driver”, Kristina Hagberg of the Swedish Transport Administration said.


3…………> Lower Court Anti-Trump Injunctions A Threat To US: AG Barr


Thank you.  I’m honored to address the American Law Institute this evening.  Among this distinguished company, it is not possible to acknowledge all who merit it.  However, I would like to mention a couple of my dinner companions.  I want to thank David Levi, the President of ALI, for inviting me.

David and I were colleagues 30 years ago at the Department of Justice and have remained friends.  When I was recently confirmed again as Attorney General I was delighted to hear that David’s son, Will, had joined the AG’s staff.  The apple does not fall far from the tree.  I am delighted Will agreed to stay on with me, and he is doing an outstanding job.

I also want to salute a man who I believe is a great American jurist, but also, in my opinion, one of the greatest AG’s to ever hold the office – Mike Mukasey.  I have placed his official portrait in my office to remind me of his example.

We are also joined by many prominent judges, practitioners, and law professors.  Thank you for being here and for supporting the thoughtful study and administration of law.

In this town, there’s a tendency to focus on the news of the day, as the past few weeks have reminded me.  But the role of groups like ALI is to remind us of the bigger picture.  So tonight, I want to take several steps back—to our Nation’s Founding.

The central genius of the American Constitution lies in its use of structure to protect individual liberty.  It does not rely solely, or even primarily, on grants of substantive rights.  As Justice Scalia colorfully quipped, “Every banana republic has a bill of rights.”  His point—and mine—is that the bulwark against tyranny in America has always been our structure of government, most notably the Separation of Powers.

These days, clashes between Congress and the Executive steal the headlines.  I know that all too well.  But clashes between the Judiciary and the Political Branches are just as weighty.

While the Framers had concerns about an unelected Judiciary encroaching on the prerogatives of the Political Branches, Hamilton promised in Federalist 78 that the least democratic branch would also be the “least dangerous” branch because courts have “no influence over either the sword or the purse … neither force nor will, but merely judgment.”  Today, that assurance does not instill much confidence.  We have seen over time an expansion of judicial willingness to review executive action.  Then, combine that with the strategies of sophisticated public-interest lawyers and the aggressive practices of some courts, such as the novel and growing use of nationwide injunctions.  The legal community and the broader public should be more concerned, particularly about this trend of nationwide injunctions.

Tonight, I wish to discuss some of the reasons why.  Let me start with perhaps the most remarkable example:  the ongoing litigation over the DACA (or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program.

You all know the basic backstory.  It starts with the DREAM Act, which would provide legal status to certain aliens who came to the United States as minors.  Congress has never passed it.  But in 2012, the Obama Administration announced the DACA program, under which DHS assumed a non-enforcement posture and extended work authorization to those covered by the proposed DREAM Act.  That policy was controversial.  It used prosecutorial discretion to implement an unenacted statute, and many argued that it exceeded Executive authority.  Several States, led by Texas, obtained a nationwide injunction against extended versions of the policy—which an equally divided Supreme Court affirmed—and they threatened to challenge DACA itself.

But in 2017, the Trump Administration announced that it would wind down DACA.  That decision was also controversial, though no one seriously contends that DACA is required by law.  Two district judges in California and New York have nevertheless issued nationwide injunctions against the rescission—that is, effectively requiring the government to reinstate DACA notwithstanding the President’s contrary exercise of discretion.  Appeals have been ongoing for nearly a year-and-a-half, but the injunctions remain in place.

This saga highlights a number of troubling consequences of the rise of nationwide injunctions:

First, these nationwide injunctions have frustrated presidential policy for most of the President’s term with no clear end in sight.  We are more than halfway through the President’s term, and the Administration has not been able to rescind the signature immigration initiative of the last Administration, even though it rests entirely on executive discretion.  The Justice Department has tried for more than a year to get the Supreme Court to review the lower-court decisions ordering us to keep DACA in place.  But the Court has not granted any of those requests, and they languish on its Conference docket.  Unless the Court acts quickly and decisively, we are unlikely to see a decision before mid-2020 at the earliest­—that is, right before the next presidential election.  It is hard to imagine a clearer example of the stakes of nationwide injunctions.


4…………> Naked On The Internet: Check The Photos, The Photos


A 23-year-old woman from Glasgow named Mikala Monsoon was shocked to discover her photos were on the MegapNZ site, the file sharing site Megaupload founded by Internet mogul Kim Dotcom, who now faces extradition to the US to face multiple copyright infringement charges.

It turned out a link by an old school friend alerted her that someone uploaded intimate photos of her when she was 17 and they have resurfaced online over the last six years.


5…………> A Low IQ Idiot: Comrade Un To Sleepy Joe Biden


The most cherished person of the new, ultra left Democratic party, the man that could  destroy President Trump’s dream of a yet another term in office, and bring the dreams of the liberal snowflakes for a world of one nation, no currency, no borders, no religions, and no guns, “curious fingers” Joe Biden that is, has found himself bombarded on two fronts, according to the sweet details below:

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Welcome to the race Sleepy Joe.

I only hope you have the intelligence, long in doubt, to wage a successful primary campaign.

It will be nasty – you will be dealing with people who truly have some very sick & demented ideas.

But if you make it, I will see you at the Starting Gate!


5:22 AM – Apr 25, 2019

North Korean state media did not miss the opportunity to slam the Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden for criticizing leader Kim Jong-un, calling him “bereft of elementary quality as a human being“, after he referred to Comrade Un as a dictator and tyrant during a campaign rally, and added to the fire lit by President Trump, saying Biden has a “low IQ“, labeling him as an “imbecile“.



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