Jennifer Schwarze The law regarding refugees in the United States is the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. This law is a treaty under the United States Constitution. According to the Constitution, a treaty is ratified when approved by two-thirds of the Senate. This treaty was voted on in the Senate Oct. 4, 1967. It received 100 percent approval with 59 votings, yes and 41 not voting and not present. Under the U.S. Constitution, the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees is law. Michael Leaver, It infuriates me. It’s like the Justice Department is full-time supporting Trump’s racist, pro-oligarchy agenda with our taxes, and the actual citizens of this country have to pay (in donations) for our own outsourced legal defense. These trolls like (Tony Bajor) don’t engage in logical conversation. They just like to leave their dumb remarks to get a rise out of people! Its called a troll agenda. It’s the new internet form of government mind control, propaganda, and persuasion. Dumb people read all the other dumb comments and begin to believe that they are the If you don’t want a sarcastic answer don’t ask a New York girl a stupid question shirt. Some of them are too dumb to even realize that they are willing participants in a massive larger agenda (others just don’t care). They follow all the pages they hate or disagree with (science, arts, astronomy, national parks, endangered species, protected lands and wetlands, climate data, pollution info, American Civil Liberties even ethics watchdog pages) and then they spend every day hour after hour, pouring over the comments stirring discord and building their army of brain dead. A “hit and run” so to speak. Trolls are the “drive-by shooters” of logical conversation. Remember this is the era of the “underdog” and they are having their little moment of fame (4 years).