Category Archives: Immigration

Hillary Clinton: using improper words to address to immigrants

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At this point in time, many presidential candidates have a lot of pressure on their shoulders to succeed and not ridicule themselves nor their party in public. This of course, with the exception of our so loved Republican Donald Trump who manages to ridicule himself without trying to do so. However, he is not the
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US loosing Mexican migrants??

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Since 2009, there has been a net loss of 140,000 Mexican migrants in the U.S., according to a research conducted. This situation raises many important questions such as :what has happened during the Obama years that have pushed so many Mexican migrants out of the country? How has this affected the U.S.? How has Obama
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Obama’s immigration policies vs. Supreme Court

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Just recently the Obama administration asked the Supreme Court  to reverse a lower court ruling and allow the president’s immigration programs go into effect. The core purpose of the president’s immigration programs is to ease all deportation threats that the undocumented immigrants receive. Obama’s administration is fighting against the clock as the presidential elections are
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Bernie Sanders and immigration

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In regards to policies concerning immigration, it is rather interesting to analyze the Democrat candidates on their various degrees of immigration reform. The main significance of this article is that is shows how vital the policies towards immigration are and how they are key to determining who will be representing the party for the Presidential
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News Flash: Republicans Immigration reform proposals

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Republicans. The most radical, conservative politicians known to the human species. Afraid of change, especially that which will create an uprising of the poor and that can possibly challenge the elite class. However, we have to admit they are intellectually gifted as many of them know exactly what to oppose (legislation, ideas, issues, etc.)  in
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Republican Governor vs. Latina County Sheriff

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Republican Texas Governor , Greg Abbot, has challenged Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez for her new policy regarding detained immigrants. Sheriff Valdez has recently announced that her county jail would not jail immigrants on behalf of the federal immigration officers. However, such policy is rather complicated as it  limits the US immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
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Trump’s INCREDIBLE Immigration reform

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There is no doubt that Donald Trump has become one of the most significant actors for 2015, so much so that he has definitely outgrown the Kardashians! Besides being one of the few top elites in our society, he has taken the final decision to pursue presidency in 2016. Presidency. A highly intelligent man such
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Paul Ryan blames Obama for failure to pass Immigration reform

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Paul Ryan, newly elected Speaker of the US House of Representatives, has publicly announced that he will deny any immigration reform bills presented to Congress while President Obama is still in office. “I have long and publicly been opposed to the so called ‘gang of eight’ bill, and there will be no comprehensive immigration reform
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US/Cuban relations: immigration

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Over the course of history, the US has had a peculiar relationship with Cuba. In the 1960s with Castro as the diplomatic leader, Cuba became highly concentrated on communist ideals and principles that were rather opposing to the ideal western ideology which was more liberal. The US attempted to change Cuban politics by imposing embargo’s in
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Flashback: When Castro slammed US Foreign policy on immigration

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Immigration has been an ongoing issue in the United States since its’ discovery. Home to Native Americans and indigenous tribes, the United States became colonized by European immigrants who quickly outnumbered the native tribes. However, as the United States began to form its own identity, the European immigrants became the new image of the land.
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