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Category: Immigration

Steve Bannon

Cuck and Jive

by Andrew Cohen | Jan 17, 2018 | Immigration, Politics

So many questions. So few answers. So much drama. I have a few questions. 1. Why hasn’t the White House formally asserted executive privilege to preclude Steve Bannon from substantively answering questions posed by special counsel Robert Mueller and his investigators? Do White House attorneys not believe Bannon’s reported claim that he plans to talk […]

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Death by Deportation After ICE Arrest in a County Courthouse

by Lou Dubose | Dec 1, 2017 | Immigration, Politics

Juan Coronilla-Guerrero’s body was found on the side of a road in southern Mexico on September 13. His death could have been just one more data point in a country ravaged by gang violence, where brutal assassinations are common. Yet the tragic end of Coronilla-Guerrero’s life was covered by U.S. media outlets because, to borrow […]

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DACA Supporters

Trumpism is Killing The Dream

by Lou Dubose | Sep 1, 2017 | Immigration, Politics, The Interval

“Texas is the national testing ground for bad public policy,” the journalist Molly Ivins used to say. It was a Texas attorney general, Gregg Abbott, who sued in federal court in Brownsville, Texas, challenging Barack Obama’s 2014 executive memorandum that attempted to provide temporary legal status for undocumented parents of children born in the United […]

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