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Ted Cruz Cleaned Sally Yates’s Clock. Here’s Why.

On Monday, in a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) exposed former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates’s ignorance of the law, and the partisan nature of her decision to refuse to enforce President Donald Trump’s executive order suspending travel from several terror-prone countries.

Several States Sue Trump Over New Immigration Executive Order

Four Democrat-led states are currently suing President Donald Trump over Executive Order 13780, temporarily restricting immigration from seven terror-prone nations, and that number of states will likely grow in the next few days. At least one of these legal challenges appears headed for the Supreme Court.

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What Trump Has Achieved Through the (Not) #MuslimBan

As the tumult continues over President Donald Trump’s executive order restricting travel from terror-prone nations — what the left is calling, incorrectly, the “Muslim ban” — few seem to have noticed that Trump has made several strategic gains.

Poll: Majority of Texans Support Trump Muslim Ban, Border Wall

Despite his March loss in the 2016 Presidential Primary for Texas, presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump’s proposals for a southern border wall and a temporary ban on the entry of noncitizen Muslims to the United States enjoy majority support among the state’s registered voters.

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Paul Ryan: A Muslim Ban Is ‘Not In Our Country’s Interests’

“I do not think a Muslim ban is in our country’s interests,” Paul Ryan said during his press conference this morning. Ryan said he stood by his comments against Trump’s proposed ban in December 2015 after the attacks in Paris in which he described it as “not conservatism” and “not what this party stands for.”

J.K. Rowling Defends Trump’s Right To Be an Offensive Bigot

Acclaimed Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling backhandedly defended Donald Trump on Monday night, saying that even though the presumptive GOP presidential nominee is “offensive and bigoted,” he should not be banned from entering the United Kingdom. The British author was delivering a speech at Pen