NationalReview by David French --
There is much more to say about the decision of a federal judge in Hawaii to once again enjoin the Trump administration’s proposed short pause on immigration from six terror-prone countries, but for now let me say this: It is simply extraordinary that yet another federal judge, presumably having lived in these United States since at least September 10, 2001, apparently believes the only real reason for the administration’s actions is anti-Muslim animus. This is sheer nonsense.
No, it’s worse. It’s dangerous nonsense, and even a cursory look at the six countries included in Trump’s temporary travel ban exposes the court’s legal, intellectual, and moral bankruptcy: