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These Big Business Lobbies Are Warning Donald Trump Against Mass Deportation

Still grappling with Donald Trump’s surprise election, the nation’s business community has begun to pressure the president-elect to abandon campaign-trail pledges of mass deportation and other hardline immigration policies that some large employers fear would hurt the economy. 800 more words

Leadership

Mayors ask Trump to reconsider DACA stance

(CNN) — Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel met with Donald Trump in New York on Wednesday, urging the President-elect to continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program until a modernized immigration system can be decided by Congress. 337 more words

News

Trumpland: The Dreamers Can Still Dream

Donald Trump is adopting a softer tone on young undocumented immigrants granted work permits through an Obama-era directive that the president-elect has vowed to repeal once he’s in the White House. 181 more words

What A Trump Presidency Means For The Midwest

            Donald J. Trump’s path to the White House ran squarely through the industrial Midwest.  As everyone now knows, Iowa, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania are the states that delivered him the presidency in the remarkable 2016 elections. 455 more words

Advocacy

What is Our Christian Response to Immigration?

Immigration is a hot topic today. It was a major issue in the recent presidential election, and it remains front and center in the public psyche. 1,205 more words

Christian

The next President's "Extreme Vetting" of Muslim immigrants may rely on post-9/11 provision.

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If President Trump decides to implement his promise of extreme vetting of certain muslim immigrants,  he can utilize an existing law  passed in response to the 9/11 attacks.   232 more words

Homeland Security

AMERICANS NOW DEMAND A STRONG CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

While most people today (especially conservatives and libertarians) choose not to admit it, we all want a strong government. Strong, not abusive or authoritarian or devastatingly large, but strong is what we want and need. 475 more words

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