The first month of 2017 has reached its last day, and the number of foreigners whose rights have been violated by not being allowed into the United States continues to be zero. This is because entry into a country of which one is not a citizen is not a right, but a privilege. And in other news:
President Trump signs an order to strengthen the government's cyber security.
Somehow, I'm sure Trump will still be called a homophobe.
One Trump cabinet nominee gets confirmed.
Trump's SCOTUS pick has been identified.
As he did while in the private sector, Trump says, "You're fired."
One French politician might emulate Trump's temporary ban.
Another French politician allegedly got favors for his family.
Mrs. Trump has been good for her old country's tourism.
A man suing for wrongful expulsion can't subpoena his accuser.
Blocking traffic might get a little more risky.
Some historical perspective on immigration restrictions.
No, the temporary ban is not un-American.
The ban gets support from the Speaker.
Dr. Sebastian Gorka talks about ISIS.
All those migrants in Germany are getting expensive.
In India, a terror leader gets detained.
In South Africa, Nelson Mandela's grandson bans booze.
And finally, here are seven signs of having heart problems.