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Immigration, Citizenship, and the Bible: Part 4 - Hillary Clinton's Proposed Immigration Reforms

Last week in Part 3 of this series, we looked at Donald Trump’s immigration reform proposals. This week, the focus will be on Hillary Clinton’s immigration stance. 2,274 more words

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Shacking up | The Economist

WHEN Da Lin moved in with his girlfriend two years ago, his mother tried to stop them: she feared that their living together unmarried would sully his girlfriend’s reputation and, by association, his too. 489 more words

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Making the case for a startup visa 

After trying and failing to get their startup Udemy, an online education platform, off the ground in their native Turkey, Eren Bali and Oktay Cağlar headed to the United States in 2009. 1,062 more words

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Pathway to Citizenship: Immigration reform’s immovable roadblock

WASHINGTON (MEDIA GENERAL) — Immigration issues sit at the nexus of the current election cycle.

Republican nominee Donald Trump made building The Wall central to his campaign, saying he would guard American citizens from illegal Mexican “rapists” waltzing across the open southern border. 699 more words

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Pathway to Citizenship: Immigration reform’s immovable roadblock

WASHINGTON (MEDIA GENERAL) — Immigration issues sit at the nexus of the current election cycle.

Republican nominee Donald Trump made building The Wall central to his campaign, saying he would guard American citizens from illegal Mexican “rapists” waltzing across the open southern border. 699 more words

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We're safer than ever from terrorists?

The media are now contrasting the two major candidates’ views about combating immigration problems that may relate to terrorism.

In a nutshell, Hillary Clinton’s argument is “I know how to do this and I will be the voice of reason by continuing the current Obama policies.”  These policies include “providing better outreach and communication.” 580 more words

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