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A short history of Workers' Day: May 1

A short history of Workers’ Day: May 1

The happy idea of using a proletarian holiday celebration as a means to attain the 8-hour day was first born in Australia. 843 more words


What Does Jesus Say About Immigration?...The Notes

Yesterday I continued through our series What Does Jesus Say About…? as I preached about immigration from Matthew 25:31-40. You can listen to the sermon… 128 more words


When Tacos, Poetry and the Immigration Debate Collide...

“The group was protesting both sides of the landmark immigration case that will decide whether or not President Barack Obama abused his executive power on immigration with his plan to prevent millions of illegal immigrants from being deported.”

Via: Mic.com

Latin America

Arizona as a Test Case for Immigration Effects on Employment

In Arizona, between 2007 and 2012, the number of undocumented immigrants dropped by forty percent.  The exodus has been largely attributed to two sweeping laws targeting undocumented immigrants: the Legal Arizona Worker’s Act (LAWA) (2008) and the controversial… 1,199 more words

On Labor

Installment 46: Meet Me By the Gate

(To start from the beginning, check out the Meet Me by the Gate tab.)

July 11

Item # 40 – Pink floral china

Logan, my darling boy, … 694 more words


Yes, Open Borders Is Libertarian

In a recent blog post, “libertarian” anarchist blogger Christopher Cantwell argues that, contrary to widespread perception, the libertarian position on immigration is not open borders, but rather severely restricted immigration. 520 more words


The Futility of the DREAMer Endorsement

NOTE: This was published in The Odyssey on Feb 8, 2016. Since I no longer write for the publication, the piece was removed from the site. 886 more words