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Letters of the Week: July 9 - July 13

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  1. ImmigrationLawBlogs's Avatar
    Talking about overlooking the forest and focusing on the trees, I notice that while, as usual, the July 10 Immigration Daily issue has some excellent comments about specific immigration issues, there is no comment as yet about Trump's latest Supreme Court nomination - a judge who, evidently, has such an expanded view of presidential power as to put the president virtually above the law entirely.

    Does anyone rationally believe that this kind of thinking will have no effect on immigration policy? Anyone who is that shortsighted should re-read the Supreme Court's latest Muslim Ban decision, which is bad enough on the issue of upholding a virtual presidential dictatorship over immigration policy in the name of "national security".

    The new nominee, according to the reports I have seen, seems to think that a president is entitled to act like a dictator merely because he or she is the president - no national security fig leaf needed any more, thank you.

    No wonder Trump appointed Judge Brett Kavanaugh to this key position.

    Are the Democrats going to take this mortal threat, not only to America's immigration system as we know it, but to the checks and balances and separation of powers on which our entire democracy depends lying down? Are the American people?

    I will be commenting on this issue further in my own forthcoming Immigration Daily post.

    Roger Algase
    Attorney at Law
    Updated 07-10-2018 at 03:41 PM by ImmigrationLawBlogs
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