Biden Rescinds Trump’s “Muslim Travel Ban” as “Inconsistent with American Values”
By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

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JANUARY 21, 2021 — No sooner did Joseph Biden enter the White House on January 20, 20201, when he began rescinding some of his predecessor’s strong immigration policies. Consider the so-called “Muslim ban.”  In  2017, Trump issued travel restrictions into the U.S. from various nations.  They are currently eight: Chad, Iran, Somalia, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen.  Although …

Raymond IbrahimBiden Rescinds Trump’s “Muslim Travel Ban” as “Inconsistent with American Values”
By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

Ecuador: An Unlikely Battleground to Secure America’s Southern Border
By TODD BENSMAN

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The South American country of Ecuador can be described as many things: a tourist mecca for its Galapagos Islands, the country that harbored WikiLeaks founder and fugitive Julian Assange in its London embassy for seven years, and soul-keeper of the vanquished Inca civilization. But an important battleground in America’s war over illegal immigration to the U.S. southern border? The answer …

eHeziEcuador: An Unlikely Battleground to Secure America’s Southern Border
By TODD BENSMAN

Ed Koch Commentary “From the Halls of Montezuma to the Shores of Tripoli” BY Edward I. Koch

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There aren’t many Americans who have never heard those words, which come from the United States Marine Corps Hymn.  The words refer to the heroic role of the Marines in putting an end to pillaging and piracy by the Barbary pirates who in the early 1800s plied their nefarious trade in the waters of the Mediterranean Sea.  England and other …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary “From the Halls of Montezuma to the Shores of Tripoli” BY Edward I. Koch