Immigration

  • Out of the Shadows, Into the Crosshairs
    Posted in: Domestic Policy, Policy Corner

    A Salvadoran immigrant teen was imprisoned by ICE and is now facing deportation charges after becoming an MS-13 gang informant, revealing a string of murders in Long Island, NY. Henry, the mononym that protects his identity, worked with U.S authorities for a year to turn in a few of his classmates that were killing fellow […]

  • DREAMers and Nightmares
    Posted in: Domestic Policy, Policy Corner, Social Policy

    As another government shutdown looms overhead Washington is scrambling to reconcile the differences between its warring factions and come to a budgetary consensus. Last Thursday the Senate reached a deal which would prevent about 800,000 DACA (Deferred Action for Children of Aliens) recipients from being deported, in addition to over $2 billion dollars for border […]

  • 300,000 Lives Hang in the Balance
    Posted in: Domestic Policy, Fiscal Policy, Policy Corner

    The fates of over 300,000 undocumented immigrants lie in the hands of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The DHS released a statement that it would be officially be ending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for over 57,000 Hondurans and 2,500 Nicaraguans by January 2018. The decision to rescind TPS will be made for 50,000 Haitians […]

  • Keep the DREAM Alive
    Posted in: Breaking News, Domestic Policy, Policy Corner, Social Policy, Vendettas of the Week

      In a nation built on the backs of immigrants, slaves, and the working class, over 800,000 young undocumented immigrants currently enrolled in DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) are under attack. (1) After President Trump’s decision to terminate DACA, there has been a nationwide scramble to find a legislative solution to keep the program […]

  • H1Bs: Job Killers?
    Posted in: Domestic Policy, Featured, Policy Corner, Vendettas of the Week

    During the most recent presidential election, Donald Trump attempted to win over working-class Americans by pledging to put “America first.”  The slogan ultimately became the foundation of his campaign, attracting a large demographic of voters that held negative perceptions of immigrants and their participation in the U.S. job market.  Now as president, Trump continues to […]

  • Deportation: The Best Job Creator?
    Posted in: Fiscal Policy, Policy Corner

    President-elect Donald Trump did the unthinkable on November 8th: he rode to the White House on his strong stance against allowing millions of illegal immigrants to stay in America. After Mitt Romney lost his bid to be president in 2012, Republicans had conceded entirely that the only way to ever win was to grant blanket […]

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