The Supreme Court just lifted most of the injunctions placed by lower courts on President Donald Trump's travel ban executive order, revised in March. The main difference is that persons with familial or professional relationships in the United States may visit, even if they are from one of the six Muslim majority nations named in the ban.
TheBlaze's Politics Editor Caleb Parker thought the Department of Homeland Security would be responsible for determining who has a "bona fide" relationship. Doc Thompson, filling in for Glenn Beck on "Glenn," imagined a media narrative all summer showing children who may or may not be prevented from coming into the country.
Former military intelligence officer and TheBlaze contributor Jason Buttrill said there is an actual threat from the six nations, but this ban is being made into a "partisan issue."