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The Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. Proposed following the oftentimes bitter 1787–88 battle over ratification of the U.S. Constitution, and crafted to address the objections raised by Anti-Federalists, the Bill of Rights amendments add to the Constitution specific guarantees of personal freedoms and rights, clear limitations on the government's power in judicial and other proceedings, and explicit declarations that all powers not specifically delegated to Congress by the Constitution are reserved for the states or the people. The concepts codified in these amendments are built upon those found in several earlier documents, including the Virginia Declaration of Rights and the English Bill of Rights 1689, along with earlier documents such as Magna Carta (1215). (Full article...)

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  • Robert Verbruggen argues in the National Review that the RAISE Act championed by the White House, and introduced by senators Tom Cotton and David Perdue, addresses two problems in our immigration system: "One, it focuses too little on skills, and two, the part of it that does focus on skills is poorly designed." He cites an estimate that just 6.5 percent of U.S. immigrants are given their green cards based on their economic merit. "The new RAISE Act would take a sledgehammer to this system, dramatically reducing low-skilled immigration and revamping our system for skilled immigration. It would cut immigration by more than 40 percent immediately, and by half in a decade," Verbruggen writes.
  • In Investor’s Business Daily, President of the Townsend Group Red Jahncke writes that "illegal immigration on the southern border has plummeted" under President Trump as "the deterrent effect of actually enforcing immigration law" has taken effect.
  • In Obamacare news, the Chicago Sun-Times reports that insurers on Illinois' Obamacare exchange have proposed raising rates "by up to 43 percent for Illinois customers" next year. And the New Hampshire Union Leader editorial board writes that the reason insurance companies are lobbying Congress for "bailout" money to prop up Obamacare's exchanges is because of the law's "utter failure" to do what it promised.
  • The Washington Times reports on the positive economic news since President Trump took office, saying the stock market is continuing to hit "all-time record" highs, corporate earnings are "beating forecasts at the highest rate in at least nine years," unemployment is "near historical lows," "wages are rising," and U.S. GDP has improved to "a solid 2.6 percent."
  • The Weekly Standard's Andrew Egger reports on the Senate's 92-5 vote to confirm new FBI Director Christopher Wray, noting that only five Democratic Senators opposed "the bipartisan vote."

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The March for Science was a series of protests that occurred across the United States and around the World on April 22, 2017. The protests were organized due to the perceived hostility of the Trump administration, as well as proposed budget cuts to federal agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Institute of Health. A major goal of the march was convincing government officials to adopt policies in-line with the scientific understanding of issues such as climate change and vaccines. Listed below are several hundreds of the affiliated marches. (Full list...)

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Trump's first Cabinet meeting, March 13, 2017

The President of the United States has the authority to nominate members of his or her Cabinet to the United States Senate for confirmation under Appointments Clause of the United States Constitution. Before confirmation, a high level career member of an executive department heads this pre-confirmed cabinet on an acting basis. The Cabinet's creation is part of the transition of power following the 2016 United States presidential election.


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Relative No. Absolute No. Title / Description Date signed Date published Date(s) effective FR Citation FR Doc. Number
51 13815 Resuming the United States Refugee Admissions Program with Enhanced Vetting Capabilities October 24, 2017 October 27, 2017 October 24, 2017 82 FR 50055 2017-23630

No. Title / Description Date signed Date published FR Citation FR Doc. Number
33 Regarding Combatting the National Drug Demand and Opioid Crisis October 26, 2017 October 31, 2017 82 FR 50305 2017-23787

No. Title / Description Date signed Date published FR Citation FR Doc. Number
10 Respect to the Efforts of Foreign Governments Regarding Trafficking in Persons September 30, 2017 October 27, 2017 82 FR 50047 2017-23609

Relative No. Absolute No. Title / Description Date signed Date published FR Citation FR Doc. Number United States Code
106 TBA American Education Week, 2017 November 10, 2017 TBA TBA TBA N/A

No. Title / Description Date signed Date published FR Citation FR Doc. Number
1 Order Regarding the Proposed Acquisition of Lattice Semiconductor Corporation by China Venture Capital Fund Corporation Limited September 13, 2017 September 18, 2017 82 FR 43665 2017-20005

No. Title / Description Date signed Date published FR Citation FR Doc. Number
13712 Regarding the Continuation of the National Emergency With Respect to Burundi November 6, 2017 November 8, 2017 82 FR 51967 2017-24464

No. Title / Description Date signed Date published FR Citation FR Doc. Number
1 Regarding the Budget for Fiscal Year 2018 May 23, 2017 May 26, 2017 82 FR 24209 2017-11076


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