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Trump Uses DREAMers As Pawns

April 3, 2018

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After more than a year of first denouncing, then softening on the DREAMers and even urging Congress to find a solution for them, on Easter Sunday President Trump blasted out and dashed their dreams with a tweet. There likely will not be a deal struck to spare them from eventual deportation orders, he said. ‘NO […]

Congress Should Make All Laws

February 10, 2018

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I need not tell you that the American populace has a rather conflicted opinion of their chief executive. To an astonishing degree, what defines Donald Trump’s first year as president varies wildly depending on how one views him. And how one views him has become the fault line in American politics. Is this the way […]

Don’t Take Our Dreamers

September 4, 2017

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In an increasingly divisive political environment, we need to support and protect our young Hispanic young people who also happen to be DREAMers. DREAMers are young people who came to the United States with their parents as children, and though previously undocumented, are able to apply for authorization to attend college and work under President […]

Trump Defies Constitution

July 11, 2017

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President Donald Trump issued an executive order in April opening up many National Monuments in a blatant attempt to industrialize these magnificent places for the oil, gas, private water and logging industries as the beneficiaries. Trump claims that he is acting in the public interest by opening up dozens of national monuments. These include the […]