The Democratic judicial storm to block Donald Trump's Border. @AdamJWhitedc, @HooverInst, @AdLawCenter

Jan 11, 05:25 AM

Photo:English: Outline map of southwest Texas and part of Mexico showing relief by hachures, drainage, and major cities and towns.

Title Corpus Christi and Rio Grande Railway Company, [map showing the proposed railroad between Laredo and Corpus Christi and its connections with Mexico].

Shelf ID G4031.P3 1873 .B5

Date 1873

Source https://www.loc.gov/item/98688644/

Author Bien, Julius; Corpus Christi And Rio Grande Railway

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Library of Congress square logo.png This map is available from the United States Library of Congress's Geography & Map Division under the digital ID g4031p.rr003930.

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The gathering Democratic judicial storm to block Donald Trump's Border. @AdamJWhitedc, @HooverInst, @AdLawCenter

Adam White, research Fellow, Hoover, & George Mason Center for the Study of the Administrative State; TheBulwark.com in re: President Trump’s obtaining funds to build the wall. Democrats setting a precedent to start immediately to challenge this in the courts? Federal trial judges as of recently do this; there’s always been Constitutional disagreement on this; it's the immediacy that’s new. Courts have tended to avoid an exclusively policy-laden dispute; here, if the president uses emergency powers to begin bldg the wall, it’ll affect private parties incl landowners on the border. . . . Supreme Court pushed back against the Ninth Circuit. Is Trump different in the arrogance of his opposition? Yes, and he presents himself that way. He flouts presidential conventions, so courts may not afford him the conventional deference. There becomes a real risk to our presidential system; we need to respect institutions almost no matter what.