There are few things that make me happier than seeing my house go up for sale.It means that the time I spent on finding a new place to live is now over, and I can start to make plans for the future.Unfortunately, finding a home is often quite difficult in Vietnam.The country is a very conservative society, and the country doesn't really want to give up on you and your dreams.In order to get a hous...
In the past week, the United States government has been busy making its way through the confirmation process for two controversial nominees for the vacant U.S. Supreme Court seat that would become vacant if Judge Neil Gorsuch is confirmed by the Senate.
And a week before that, a federal appeals court ruled that the Justice Department was wrong to deny President Trump’s request to extend its authority to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities that do not comply with federal immigration laws.
In the wake of the federal government’s response to Trump’s executive order, a number of senators have expressed concern that the Trump administration may be planning to take action to withhold funds from the sanctuary cities of Hanoi and El Salvador, two countries that do little to protect the public from undocumented immigrants.
A spokesman for the Department of Justice (DOJ) told The Associated Press that the department has not made any determination regarding how it will respond to President Trump or the President’s administration.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has made similar announcements that it plans to withhold funding from jurisdictions that refuse to comply with the orders of the U.N. Security Council to curb the influx of refugees and migrants entering the U