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I've had a mental tick nibbling at my thought processes for some time. It started back in 2017 when Donald Trump, as president, issued an executive order barring people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan, and Syria from entering the country. It was an attempt to use foreign affairs policy to keep terrorists out of the country. Derrick Watson, a low level district judge in Hawaii, ruled against the action, and for a while a Hawaiian judge was in charge of the foreign policy of the United States rather than the President. I remember thinking at the time: "Why are we listening to th...

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