Travel ban

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PerryScope By Perry Diaz On the day of Donald J. Trump’s presidential inauguration, a trailer of Season 5 of the “House of Cards” Netflix series was shown. The trailer – which movie critics dubbed “creepy” – accompanied an upside down American flag, along with the tweet: “We make terror.” This line is a recall of last season’s final episode, when Underwood said, “We don’t submit Read More …

By Rey Requejo Manila Standard Today Justice Secretary Leila de Lima is standing by her position that the watchlist order she has issued against former president Gloria Arroyo is perfectly legal. De Lima appears unperturbed by criticisms coming from legal luminaries and that she has become “more powerful than the court” when she imposed her order that had the effect of a travel ban against Read More …

By Benjamin B. Pulta and Charlie V. Manalo The Daily Tribune Former First Gentleman Juan Miguel “Mike” Arroyo isn’t taking the watch list order on him, issued by Justice Secretary Leila de Lima, sitting down as he asked the high court yesterday to void this order against him. At the same time, his son, Rep. Juan Miguel (Mikey) Arroyo, currently in the United States, has Read More …