Friday, July 30, 2021

Tag: immigration

Immigration crackdown sparks Silicon Valley protests

“We hope the event not only sends a message, but creates new opportunities for the low-wage, largely immigrant subcontractors.”

Soiling and violating America: Trump’s immigration sweep

This entire issue has been distorted into an ugly hate-fest by the smear campaign Trump ran to win the presidency.

Watch the unedited version of “Trump’s wall” Super Bowl ad that...

According to the building supplies business, the intent was to illustrate the company’s commitment to the great American tradition of immigration – not make an overt political statement.

The problem isn’t Trump, it’s bigger

While we resist, we also need to promote a positive agenda of what we want to see.

Are we heading toward a constitutional crisis over immigration?

Does the potential exist for a direct conflict between two branches of government?

The first 100 days of a Trump presidency

It remains to be seen how much of this plan will be realized and how much was just campaign rhetoric.

Is Trump an Aberration?

The Dark History of the “Nation of Immigrants”

Trump to Meet Mexican President

Republican nominee Donald Trump will be visiting Mexico City today where a private meeting will be held between him and the President of Mexico.

Immigration Down. Global Warming Up. What Are We Talking About?

You can understand why Republicans won't talk more about global warming. The conservative base doesn’t believe it’s real and no scientific data or pattern of extreme weather is going to convince them.

Obama’s Immigration Order Heads to Supreme Court

President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration, made over a year ago, will get a Supreme Court hearing come April.

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Planet’s vital signs are reaching dangerous ‘tipping points’ amid climate crisis, scientists warn

“We need to stop treating the climate emergency as a stand-alone issue—global heating is not the sole symptom of our stressed Earth system.”

Maine becomes first state to make corporations pay for recycling

“While we’re first in the U.S., we’re not going to be the last.”

Labor rights advocates’ Fight for $15 has helped millions of workers

“The success of the movement for higher wages... only reaffirms how far out of step lawmakers in Congress are from their constituents, as they continue to refuse to raise the federal minimum wage.”

What the Pegasus Project has revealed about the rise of for profit surveillance

For journalists and activists what we’ve learned about Pegasus has created new doubts about security.

Police sergeant suspended after kicking handcuffed woman’s head on video

The Atlanta Police Department has not yet released the names of the police officer, sergeant, or the victim who was not charged with a crime.