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February 18 Set for DACA Expansion to Benefit Children of Undocumented Immigrants

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has been expanded! DACA was an initiative of President Barrack Obama’s 2014 executive action on immigration reform. This group of eligible immigrants will be the very first to benefit from the executive actions initiated last November. 180 more words

President Obama

Where Loretta Lynch Went Wrong

Look, I understand very clearly that liberals feel that we should just fling open our borders and allow anyone that can get here into the country. 570 more words

Politics

BOLSTERING THE ECONOMY

The Obama administration is now allowing Mexican consulates in the United States to issue birth certificates to Mexican nationals living here illegally. Just walk up to your local consulate and have a birth certificate printed with whatever information you state. 346 more words

Employment / Unemployment

Some left in the shadows despite Obama's actions on immigration

Miguel Garcia, 20, is president of the Merced College chapter of the chicano student group MEChA. He says that despite Obama’s expansion of some terms of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, the core of U.S. 89 more words

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Immigration Reform: The Republicans Really Aren't Serious about it, neither are the Democrats, but it is useful to divide their semi-respective bases and keep our eye off income and wealth inequality

The Republican’s in congress have been blustering and proposing measures about border security and immigration reform since they have come into power. It’s all hogwash. Okay, it’s pure unadulterated bull shit. 559 more words

Corruption

Xela, Guatemala: No more silence

“I got married to be a family together, not to be a single mother,” said the woman.

“I can send you money!” said the woman playing her husband in the play. 630 more words

Seminary

Beware the Canadians

 

As if foisting Justin Bieber on us wasn’t enough, Canada is now trying to poach America’s best and brightest.

But, as Inc.com writes in their February issue, “ 173 more words

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