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Willfully bypassing the laws


The old adage, “a lack of boundaries invites a lack of respect,” if applied to the judgments of judges or the adherence to rules by officials, brings civility and order to a community, business, game or relationship. Being right is better than being fair. Being unbiased and holding high the value of foundational laws is not always comfortable, but it is the right thing to do. In other words, when told to “grow one,” it refers to a spine. The need for backbone is critical in keeping chaos in chains. Having one doesn’t make you popular with everyone, but in a world of leaders who are softies and bleeding hearts, it is becoming a rare strength. Nationwide the current story is that a federal judge in San Francisco, a sanctuary city that can’t bring itself to enforce plenty of laws, blocked President Donald Trump’s new asylum crackdown policy last week. Just one judge, Jon S. Tigar, a law grad from UC Berkeley, heard arguments from the notoriously left supporting ACLU and the Center for Constitutional Rights. They believe that non-citizens have a right to claim asylum. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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