So insulting and offensive! …And UNCONSTITUTIONAL! We have FREEDOM OF RELIGION here. This extreme vetting is bullshit. It’s targeting Muslims. Get ready ACLU and sue these racist bigots to the knees. The country can’t take 4 years of lies, conspiracy theories, bigotry and hate masquerading as national security. Racist SCUM causing pain and havoc around the world. This hateful ISH cannot stand!Impeach this monster!AMETIA: We cannot, must not remain silent, while fascism, ignorance, bigotry, and the continued DUMBING DOWN of America ensues.LIZA: Well, one week now of this living nightmare. I don’t know how it ends, but it can’t go on.
Wilhelm Brasse was compelled to take mug shots of the prisoners in Auschwitz, the Nazi extermination camp. “I tried to calm them,’ he later confided. He made studio portraits of the SS guards, too, and became popular with them, with a reputation for being able to put his subjects at ease. He told one officer to “sit comfortably, relax and think about your fatherland” before taking his picture. Brasse’s photographic skills certainly saved his life.
According to the filing, Hameed Khalid Darweesh was granted a special immigrant visa on Jan. 20, the same day Mr. Trump was sworn in. He worked with the United States in Iraq in a variety of jobs — as an interpreter, engineer and contractor — over the course of roughly a decade.Mr. Darweesh worked as an interpreter for the Army’s 101st Airborne Division in Baghdad and Mosul starting shortly after the invasion of Iraq on April 1, 2003. The filing said he had been directly targeted twice for working with the American military.
From the wee American hours, it grew hard to process all the meaning packed into the goings-on from a Saturday night on a hard tennis court in Australia. Not only had one of the longest, profoundest stories in sports found its loftiest chapter, but the women’s tennis had found its finest Open era player.