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Kenneth Roberts on Immigration: An Unflattering Opinion Reflected in Today's Political Landscape

One thing I enjoy about running this site is coming across current websites and blogs that interact with Kenneth Roberts. Though Roberts is no longer in the mainstream, there still exists a loyal following of Roberts and his works. 1,037 more words

Kenneth Roberts The Man

The Republican Worldview Is One of Racist False Binaries

The clear message of the RNC’s first day was that the safety of (white) Americans is directly threatened by (Latino) immigrants, Muslims, and black people. 263 more words


Legal Immigration: The Untold Reality

Immigration has become a hot topic these days, thanks to a certain political campaign for the upcoming Presidential election. But I can hardly blame the politician or his campaign because if he has come this far it is because there are people who support him. 210 more words


Felons or families?

Political rhetoric around immigration sometimes creates categories of good and bad immigrants — those who should be welcomed into the United States and those who should be kept out. 630 more words



I was sitting alone at my desk, contemplating how best to use my now (more) appreciated gifts of empathy, compassion, and enthusiasm for spreading joy even more, when you called the office.   772 more words

In The Country We Love

I just finished reading In The Country We Love by Diane Guerrero and WOW. It took me less than 48 hours to read because it was just  798 more words


The City Council Analyzed How Much Trump's Immigration Policies Would Cost NYC

Donald Trump may have made his fortune in New York City, but according to Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, his presidency would cost New York City a fortune. 958 more words

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