If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. However, at some point wisdom should kick in and sound advice be received. By now, the whole world knows of President Trump’s earlier comments about keeping Muslims out of the U.S. until “we can figure out what the heck is going on.” By now, the whole world knows of his #travel ban fiasco, which caused uproar and outrage around the world, protests at U.S. airports and a group of Judges to rule against it. It looks like Trump’s effort to push a new version of that same ban through again will be met with the same denial for lack of justification, this time by #Homeland Security.

Banning, building walls, and creating separation

The Associated Press has obtained a document which concludes mere citizenship is hardly an indicator of terrorism threats to the U.S.

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and few people from the countries on Trump’s travel ban list have carried out or been involved terrorist-related attacks. The three-page report, based on the Justice Department’s unclassified information, challenges the president’s core claims. According to the report, of the 82-people inspired by terrorist group to carry out an attack on U.S. soil, over half were born in the United States. The draft intelligence document also reflects tensions between Trump’s political appointees and held-over civil servants bound to follow through on the president’s ambitious agenda. Trump repeatedly complains about leaks and points fingers at one entity to the next when the light shines unfavorably on him.

Borrowing from Anderson Cooper’s Ridicu-list

According to the Louisville-Courier Journal, #Muhammad Ali, Jr.

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was detained at a Florida airport for two hours and questioned because of his Arabic-sounding name on February 7th. The 44-year-old son of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali was born in Philadelphia and was traveling with his mother Khalilah Camacho-Ali, the late icon’s second wife. She was also held due to her name. Last week, a British-born Muslim teacher was refused entry into the U.S. for a school trip and was not given a reason why.