Tag Archives: Immigration Reform

Obama likely to delay immigration executive action until after mid-term elections

200,000 march on Washington, DC for immigration reform, March 21, 2010. Image: Wikimedia Commons/Rrenner.

200,000 march on Washington, DC for immigration reform, March 21, 2010. Image: Wikimedia Commons/Rrenner.

 

 

 

 

After the House allowed the Senate immigration bill to die last June, President Obama said using his executive powers would be the means to right wrongs. He promised to confer with his team and share specifics by the end of the summer. But when speaking with news reporters Thursday, it appeared he is stalling until after mid-term elections . . .

Click here to read about President Obama’s immigration reform game plan.

Child migration and the conscience of a nation

Handout shows unaccompanied migrant children at a Department of Health and Human Services facility in south Texas

Handout shows unaccompanied migrant children at a Department of Health and Human Services facility in south Texas.

 

 

 

Tens of thousands of children are risking their lives on a journey from Central America to the US-Mexico border. Their hope is asylum, or mercy, which would allow them to root themselves on American soil. From Oct. 1 to June 15, more than 52,000 unaccompanied youth were detained, and thousands of others have arrived with family . . .

Click here to read the writer’s thoughts on humane treatment of child migrants, a reflection of a healthy national conscience.

Mitt Romney lost the election, the face of America is changing

Mitt Romney lost the 2012 election, because the face of America is changing. Photo Credit: David Goldman/AP.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No candidate can win a U.S. presidential election without gaining enough electoral votes. Barack Obama won 332 compared to Mitt Romney’s 206. Yet, there are underlying reasons why Romney didn’t win. Political pundits have said there is no other U.S. . . .

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