The Trump White House considers risk reduction of terrorism to be of paramount importance and no counterweighing
concern--including the harm that could befall refugees attempting to flee to the United States, or the negative effects of such a ban on the United States' reputation, or the loss to American society and the economy from losing these immigrants--are adjudged important enough to offset the value of that risk reduction.
All In all, with respect to the role of the presidency, counterweighing
the parliamentary majority might be interpreted as a reflection of citizenship's support for more direct democracy (Oskarsdottir 2013).
Lather posits that research anchored in this project is one that is intrinsically committed to critiquing and counterweighing
the status quo by adopting a critical stance in the aim of building a more fair and equal society (1986).
In the line of such poets as Albert Goldbarth who seek to dazzle and compound with range and diversity of content, Bernstein too has a showmanship side to his work; however, unlike Goldbarth, who most often has a powerful emotional dimension counterweighing
his pyrotechnique, Bernstein seems content to provoke mainly thought--he leads with his headlights on.