Tuesday, July 3, 2018

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Keith Ellison predicts travel ban decision will end up in 'dust bin of history'

Keith Ellison predicts travel ban decision will end up in 'dust bin of history' Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Ellison: Court tailored to Trump's ugly philosophy 02:41 The first Muslim elected to Congress predicted on Tuesday that the Supreme Court's decision to uphold President Donald Trump's travel ban will end up in "the dust bin of history," adding that Trump has tailored the court to "his ugly philosophy." "Our country has gone through some ugly days. The Supreme Court in the 1850s said that it was OK to own a black person, that was the Dred Scott decision. That decision hit the dust bin of history ... and this one will too," Rep. Keith Ellison, a Democrat from Minnesota, told CNN's Kate Bolduan on "At This Hour." "Discrimination and racism and hatred and religious bigotry is never going to be winning in the end," Ellison said. The Supreme Court handed a major victory to the Trump administration on Tuesday by upholding the third version of the President's travel ban, which restricts entry from seven countries -- Iran, North Korea, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia and Venezuela -- to varying degrees. Ellison said that the President "has his Supreme Court tailor-made to his ugly philosophy," calling it a "partisan court." He added that he does not believe Justice Neil Gorsuch, whom Trump appointed after congressional Republicans blocked former President Barack Obama from filling a vacancy late in his presidency, is on the court "properly." "It just proves one thing, that if you steal and rip off a Supreme Court justice, then you can try to jam any kind of nasty, racist, ugly policy down the throat's of the American people. But we're not taking it," Ellison said. CNN'S Ariane de Vogue contributed to this report.

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So much of the Trump administration is Trump creating crises then partially solving them. The travel ban, trade wars, escalation with North Korea, Obamacare subsidies, family separation...Again and again, Trump triggers disaster, then demands credit for semi-averting it.

Solid Suggestions That Make Travel More Fun


Taking a trip can be exciting. You could forget things you need. Use the information from this article to help you enjoy your trip. Read on for advice you can use in planning your next trip.

When you are in a foreign country, get pocket money at an ATM rather than changing cash for local currency. You can lose money if you do otherwise. This may save you money later on.

Try not to pack too much for your trip. This will help you avoid having anything lost. Take only a few shoes, as they add unnecessary weight to your bags.

When traveling around other countries, beware of fraudulent taxis. Make sure the taxi actually is legitimate before getting in. Anyone can place a "TAXI" sign atop their vehicle, which means you can be in danger.

First thing to do when you get into your hotel room is to check the alarm clock. Whether by a silly prank or accident, many travelers wake up early or late at night due to the alarm by the bed. Don't let this bother you on your first day in town!

Pack a small bag of clothespins for your next trip. A couple of clothespins can be very handy when traveling.

When you're traveling, know where your most important belongings are at all times. Be very aware of keeping a close eye on your purse when you are traveling. Avoid toting bags that have easily-accessible zipper closures, especially if you will be in very crowded areas. These are but a few tips to consider when shopping for a safe bag for your travels.

Put your personal ID info inside your bags. It is easy for a baggage tag to come off the exterior of your suitcases while they are en route. In the event your bags are lost and their tags have fallen off, you will see the benefit of having identification within the luggage so that it will be returned.

You should buy a National Park season pass if you visit them often. They cost around $50 and will get you into any national park for a whole year.

Be aware that you must be at least 18 to rent a car. Some car rental companies require that you be 25. Chances are a rental agency will charge an under 25 driver a higher rate, and also a credit is needed. If you are older, you may not be able to rent a car. Inquire about age limits when renting a car.

If you plan on renting a car, it is important that you read over the rental agreement before starting your trip. You don't want to have to pay for items you don't need, such as extra rental insurance, and you might not need this costly add-on. Vehicle insurance may have basic third party coverage. Read your policy prior to leaving home; it might save you money overall.

Pack some travel candles if you plan on staying in hotels during your trip. This can make your room smell a bit better. They are soothing and give the room a romantic feel, making it easy to relax. Purchase small candles that will easily fit in your luggage.

Whenever you have to take along plane ride, bring along some snacks. Fresh snacks like strawberries, apples, and grapes can keep your voyage enjoyable and give you something else aside from the airplane food. It is more affordable, healthy, and a great conversation starter.

Taking a trip is generally filled with expectations. Use the tips in this article to your advantage. Learn what you can about traveling because it will pay off. [ทัวร์เกาหลี] ทัวร์เกาหลี 4 วัน 3 คืน ราคาถูก โปรแกรม ทัวร์ ญี่ปุ่น 5 วัน 4 คืน

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