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Ohio businessman, deported after 38 years in US, vows return 20.2.2018 AP Politics
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -- Amer Othman's life turned upside down in an instant....
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The Actors' Gang's story of America: The tired, the poor, the huddled masses who bind us all 20.2.2018 LA Times: Commentary

“The New Colossus,” a performance work created by the Actors’ Gang in collaboration with company artistic director Tim Robbins, is inspired by the stories of ensemble members’ ancestors who fled hardships, swallowed losses and risked their lives to become part of the great American experiment.

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Trump revives push for limits on immigrants bringing family 19.2.2018 AP National
NEW YORK (AP) -- When the U.S. government approved Ricardo Magpantay, his wife and young children to immigrate to America from the Philippines, it was 1991. By the time a visa was available, it was 2005, and his children couldn't come with him because they were now adults....
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USC students explore civil rights, national security in university's first history class on WWII internment 19.2.2018 LA Times: Commentary

USC faculty member Susan Kamei was struck by discomforting moments of deja vu during the 2016 presidential campaign.

As some calls rose for restrictions on Muslims and Arab Americans, purportedly to protect national security, Kamei thought of her parents. Exactly 76 years ago Monday, President...

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Focus on Dreamers breeds resentment from other immigrants here illegally 18.2.2018 LA Times: Commentary

Ever since Sam Paredes crossed into the U.S. illegally from Mexico nearly 30 years ago, he followed a simple philosophy of keeping his head down and trying to stay out of trouble.

The 39-year-old put in long hours for little pay as an office manager at a clothing wholesaler. He paid his taxes and...

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Trump and GOP Slammed for Holding Dreamers "Hostage" as Senate Fails to Pass DACA Fix 18.2.2018 Truthout.com
DACA recipients and Dreamers Yatziri Tovar, student of Political Sciences at City College, and Anthony Alarcon, student of Film Studies, turn theirs backs on President Donald Trump on screen during the State of Union speech on January 30, 2018, in New York City. (Photo: Joana Toro / VIEWpress / Corbis via Getty Images) Far more people read Truthout than will ever donate -- but we rely on donations to keep our publication running strong. Support independent journalism by making a contribution now! Thousands of Dreamers have already lost legal protections and thousands more will lose them each day starting March 5, but the Republican-controlled Senate on Thursday failed to advance any meaningful solution to the immigration crisis President Donald Trump created -- a failure many argued further demonstrates that Trump and the GOP have no intention of shielding young immigrants from deportation. "It's clear by now that Donald Trump and most congressional Republicans don't actually want to pass a deal to ...
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"Pro-Immigrant" Liberalism and Capitalist Exploitation: Why Corporate Democrats Do Not Support Immigrant Justice 18.2.2018 Truthout - All Articles
Rep. Luis Gutierrez and Rep. Kyrsten Sinema pose for photos with immigration reform activists after a discussion on immigration reform October 23, 2013, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. With the fate of DACA up in the air, Democrats have been relatively silent on the plight of nearly 10 million other undocumented immigrants. (Photo: Alex Wong / Getty Images) The immigration debate, which teeters between racist vitriol from the right-wing and pro-immigrant discourse from corporate liberals and multicultural elites, deliberately ignores the fundamental issue of exploitation under a capitalist system. Immigrant workers are, above all, a means to turn a profit for both those in the detention and deportation business as well as industries that thrive on cheap labor. Rep. Luis Gutierrez and Rep. Kyrsten Sinema pose for photos with immigration reform activists after a discussion on immigration reform October 23, 2013, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. With the fate of DACA up in the air, Democrats have been ...
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A look at Trump's threat of a March 5 deadline for Dreamers 17.2.2018 AP Politics
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Donald Trump is still trying to pressure Congress to pass immigration legislation by March 5. Thanks to the federal courts, the impact of his deadline is less threatening than it was originally, at least for now....
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Senate rejects bipartisan immigration plan and Trump's, too 16.2.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Politics
Facing a White House veto threat and opposition from the Senate's GOP leaders, the chamber derailed a plan by bipartisan senators that would have helped 1.8 million young immigrant "Dreamers" achieve citizenship.
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Senate fails to advance any immigration proposals 15.2.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
The Senate failed to pass any immigration legislation before a self-imposed Friday deadline. Without a bill, roughly 700,000 immigrants stand to lose legal protections as early as March 5.
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Immigration push hits a wall as Senate deadline nears 15.2.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Senators have made little progress toward an immigration bill that can pass ahead of the chamber's self-imposed Friday deadline.
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Group of senators reaches immigration deal on Dreamers, wall 15.2.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Politics
Though the measure sprang from around two dozen senators with centrist views on the issue and was winning support from many Democrats, it faced an uncertain fate.
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Senators say they are close to a bipartisan immigration plan 15.2.2018 LA Times: Commentary

As the White House pushed a 500-page immigration bill as the only option in Congress to help Dreamers, a bipartisan coalition of senators appeared close Wednesday to agreeing on an alternative proposal that may draw broader support.

Top Republicans back the administration approach from Sen. Charles...

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Pressing prisons and jails to violate the 4th Amendment isn't part of ICE's job description 14.2.2018 LA Times: Commentary

One of the tools in the federal government’s immigration enforcement kit is the detainer — a written request by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to a state prison or local jail to hold a person suspected of being in the country illegally for up to 48 hours beyond his or her scheduled...

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Bid to help immigrant 'Dreamers' may bog down over issue of family reunification visas 14.2.2018 LA Times: Nation

As the Senate considers protections for “Dreamers,” the debate has quickly turned to the question of whether those who achieve legal status should be able to sponsor loved ones to join them in the United States.

The White House, with legislation crafted by GOP leaders, wants to block future immigrants...

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McConnell blames Democrats for holding up immigration debate 14.2.2018 Washington Post: Politics
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said on Feb. 13 that the Senate needs to wrap up their immigration debate "this week."
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Schumer: Let the Senate work its 'bipartisan will' 14.2.2018 Washington Post: Politics
Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Feb. 13 called on Republicans to introduce a narrow bill to protect dreamers, saying "our text is ready to go."
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U.S. Senate begins debate on immigration 13.2.2018 Hindu: Home
Status of ‘Dreamers’ is a priority issue
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The Ghost of Fascism in the Age of Trump 13.2.2018 Truthout - All Articles
President Donald Trump attends a roundtable discussion in the Cabinet Room of the White House on February 6, 2018, in Washington, DC. (Photo: Mandel Ngan / AFP / Getty Images) Trump may not currently be in possession of storm troopers or planning genocidal acts, but he represents a form of fascism that is distinctive to the United States and needs to be remembered, analyzed and engaged for the lessons it can teach us about the present. While these ghosts of fascism can be terrifying, they can also educate us and imbue us with a sense of civic justice. President Donald Trump attends a roundtable discussion in the Cabinet Room of the White House on February 6, 2018, in Washington, DC. (Photo: Mandel Ngan / AFP / Getty Images) In the age of Trump, history neither informs the present nor haunts it with repressed memories of the past. It simply disappears. Memory has been hijacked. This is especially troubling when the " mobilizing passions " of a fascist past now emerge in the unceasing stream of hate, ...
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Senators begin freewheeling immigration debate, and it's anyone's guess where it will end up 13.2.2018 LA Times: Nation

As the Senate opened a much-anticipated immigration debate Monday, lawmakers may be embarking on something rarely attempted anymore in Congress: openly and collaboratively legislating.

Not in several years has there been a freewheeling process to draft and vote on important legislation. In the...

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