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Why Immigrants Terrorize Us

PART 1: Immigrants Terrorize Us

I moved into an urban ethnic neighborhood. I moved there by choice, as a white American – into a London neighborhood where the population was 1st and 2nd generation Pakistani, Indian, Somali, Afghan and others – over 90% Muslim, Sikh and Hindu. 966 more words

Cultural Skill

'There is no solidarity': Tariq Ali on why migrants turn on each other - Crikey

Migrants climb the socioeconomic ladder in their new home, but they are quick to kick the ladder away so no one can follow after, says Tariq Ali. 15 more words



Fox: “A suspected gunman believed to have killed five people at a Washington state mall was arrested Saturday, according to authorities. At a news conference, officials said they had not ruled out any possible motives for why 20-year-old Arcan Cetin allegedly shot four women and one man at the Cascade Mall in Burlington Friday evening.” 126 more words


Poetry: a place


how can I be in love with a land I have never stepped upon
a land I have obsessed over since the first breath I have taken… 129 more words


I've Got ITINs on My Mind

By: Francine J. Lipman

Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) Holders Pay Over $45 Billion Annually in Federal, State, and Local Taxes

Among the many amazing opportunities I have had as a law professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas is continuing my work with immigrants on their tax issues. 975 more words

Tax Policy

Just to get this straight once and for all (a migration glossary)

I have been working on this for quite a while, but I decided to post it today because if I hear one more radio commentator, well-intentioned or not, conflating migrants in the Mediterranean (who are not vetted before their arrival in a potential host country) with Convention refugees in North America (who are very, very vetted), I just might smash my radio. 1,557 more words

Freedom vs. Politics

The United Sates was founded by immigrants. Generation after generation of immigrants came here to escape oppression, war, violence and to seek a better life. Both those immigrants, and the citizens that live here, don’t want the evils and problems that they left behind to follow them here. 331 more words