Last week, the Ninth Circuit continued its program of LawFare and obstruction directed against the Trump administration in general and the enforcement of immigration laws in particular.
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Seven Haskell brothers would go on to serve in the Confederate Army, and while leading his battalion of sharpshooters at Gettysburg, William was killed in action. In a postwar memoir, his brother John C. Haskell described William as “deeply and simply religious as any man ever was, never obtruding it on anyone out of place, but never failing to assert it in the right place. More than one clergyman has told me how William’s life in the army had converted him and made him devote his whole life to the church.” Also: "Seven Blackbirds"