On the occasion of the two-year anniversary of Trump’s Muslim visa ban and Holocaust Remembrance Day, it's worth reviewing some U.S. history.
The viciousness of the Trump administration and the cruelty imposed by neoliberalism mutually inform each other.
Nationwide grassroots organizing and massive media exposure are needed to reverse the abomination of the president's war on migrant kids.
The president has asserted the same powers he used to push through a version of the travel ban that was upheld by the Supreme Court.
Despite the considerable cloud over his head, Brett Kavanaugh is joining the Supreme Court after what may best be described as a plutocratic coup by the ruling-but-minority Republican Party.
Despite legal and moral opposition, his administration is proceeding with plans to deny refugees entry—part of its larger project of banning Muslims any way it can.
It’s not just the “bad dudes” and others the president has maligned—Trump’s administration does not welcome vast numbers of those looking to gain entry to the U.S. for a particular reason.
Demonstrations organized by non-immigrant protesters are reminiscent of the immense anti-war protests that took place during the George W. Bush presidency.
The highest court in the U.S. delivers a tsunami of decisions, most of which leave no doubt about its fiercely right-wing orientation.
At least six other times in the past, people were excluded from America on the basis of race or religion. The Roberts Supreme Court has just legitimized the seventh.