Consular Officers Need Only Use Rubber Stamps, DENIED
By Harry M. Covert
dmittedly, humanoids have a tendency to talk and talk. When applause and attention grow, orations are louder and louder. The point here is that troubles arise when promises become loud and louder but become wearying.
Could this be more evident than the national harangue over the rewritten immigration rules flailing around from the most powerful office in the world?
President Trump initiated a ban on refugees shortly after his enthroning (amid pomp and circumstance). Immediately, opponents seized on objections. It remains a lightning rod. Federal judges rebuked the rookie president.… Read More