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Day 4 – The Beginning of What Could Be The End of Artesia’s Detention Center. Bonds Bonds Bonds!

Day 4 – The Beginning of What Could Be The End of Artesia’s Detention Center. Bonds Bonds Bonds!

Today was an all time high pace, amazing day. 619 more words

Inspiration

In Washington, It's Sean Parker versus Sean Parker

Sean Parker’s money is picking a fight with itself in Washington.

Two of the tech entrepreneur’s pet political causes are working at cross-purposes, threatening to undermine Parker’s bid to become a Beltway ambassador of young Silicon Valley. 800 more words

Features

FAMILIA LATINA UNIDA AND US CITIZEN KIDS FORCED TO RETURN HOME TO CHICAGO WITH NO ANSWER FROM ICE

October 21, 2014 Familia Latina Unida started on their journey home to Chicago with heavy hearts as they were forced to leave behind Juan Garcia, Rosa Ruiz Jimenez and Esther Escalante due to the lack of response from ICE on their requests for humanitarian parole. 397 more words

DACA

Im-Politic: Bipartisanship is Plutocratic on Trade and Immigration

There are now two leading candidates for the “Clueless Commentary of the Week (Year?)” award, and they both owe to the same article. So the question arises – who is more completely out of touch both with the country’s real needs and with its mood, former Clinton White House Chief of Staff Thomas F. 300 more words

Trade

How Can International Students Boost the U.S. Economy? - Part I

The United States has been broadly known as a nation of immigrants and their descendants. As the country gradually recovers from the recent economic crisis, the importance of economic and social benefits of immigration becomes clearer than ever before. 666 more words

Politics

The Obama regime is preparing for massive Executive action on illegal immigration

   We all know that sometime after the election Barack Obama is going to use Executive action on illegal immigration, but at this point we do not know what it will entail or how big or sweeping the action will be. 339 more words

Politics

Marcha católica al pie de la frontera reza por la reforma inmigratoria

By Vianey Alderete for Borderzine on September 12, 2013.

Read this story in English here.

SUNLAND PARK, NM – Con los dedos enganchados en los diamantes de metal que forman la malla fronteriza, Johan, 10, y su hermano Irving, 11, luchan contra los penetrantes rayos del sol desde el lado mexicano para poder abrir sus ojos y observar en detalle a la gente que ya empieza a llegar por carro de este lado de la frontera. 935 more words

Immigration