The Trump administration has reversed an Obama-era executive order that gradually diminished the use of private prisons for federal inmates, a decision that reflects more heavily on Trump’s connections with the private prison industry than it does on Trump’s concern for the country’s well-being.
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Just little over a month in office, President Donald Trump has showed that he has every intention of fulfilling his anti-immigrant campaign promises. His executive order banning people from seven Muslim majority countries and deportation of undocumented Mexicans directly affects the livelihood of immigrants and refugees.
In the wake of President Donald Trump’s ban on immigrants and refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries, homestay network Airbnb used its 30-second Super Bowl advertisement to voice their opposition.
President Donald Trump’s policies have consumers across the nation responding by boycotting businesses that endorse him or sell Trump branded products.
When publicly elected officials have the power to work in secrecy, what have we, the public, lost? When a right to gain access to information that should be deemed “public” is denied, where do we turn to in order to learn from our mistakes?