- The details of the 'travel ban'
- The ruling of the Supreme Court
- The Trump Administration's use of the Immigration and Nationality Act to define "bona fide relationships" as it applies to family members
- The threat to national and personal security (or lack thereof) posed by refugees and immigrants
You can link the the podcast on Soundcloud here; you are also welcome to join a post-podcast discussion on our Facebook page. Meanwhile, here is a list of related articles that you may find helpful.
THE TRAVEL BAN
- Why Comparing Trump's And Obama's Immigration Restrictions Is Flawed
- Guide to Trump’s Executive Order to Limit Migration for “National Security” Reasons
- The Supreme Court's Curious Compromise On The Travel Ban.
- Trump's Travel Ban: Don't Be Fooled, The Supreme Court Handed The President A Big Victory This Week
- Immigrant Advocates Slam Supreme Court's Travel Ban Decision
- Supreme Court Revives Parts Of Trump's Travel Ban As It Agrees To Hear Case
- Right and Left React to the Travel Ban and Other Supreme Court Decisions
- UPDATE SINCE WE RECORDED THE PODCAST: Trump Administration Reverses Policy On Fiancés As Travel Ban Takes Effect
IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT
- Immigration And Nationality Act
- The Immigration Act That Inadvertently Changed America
- Fifty Years On, The 1965 Immigration And Nationality Act Continues To Reshape The United States
IMMIGRANTS, REFUGEES AND TERRORISM
- Beth and Anthony referenced an article Anthony wrote called Refugees, Immigrants, And Islam: In Search Of Truth And Justice. There are quite a few links in this article that we encourage you to use as further research.
- Also, we didn't have time to get to a point worth mentioning about how terrorists legally get into the United States. There are links in Anthony's article, but it's worth your time to also read PBS's Crossing Borders: How Terrorists Use Fake Passports, Visas, And Other Identity Documents