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Category Archives: Santuary Cities
Retrospectively, what a week! Whew-we! While the big man is away literary making historic moves on behalf of our country and every citizen or non-citizen who lives here – I ask you very cordially, did the press cut the guy … Continue reading
The meaning and observance of Memorial Day Memorial Day is more than a holiday that kicks off summer and leads to a three-day weekend. For me and thousands of others, it has personal significance and meaning. This is how our … Continue reading
The United States had left regulation of immigration to the coastal states until the Supreme Court in 1875 declared that this was exclusively a national, not a state responsibility. Congress struggled through four decades to create a coherent policy that would … Continue reading
White House considers rewriting Trump’s immigration order The White House is considering rewriting the executive order barring refugees and citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the country, according to officials, indicating the administration may try to restore some aspects … Continue reading
A Look at the Spin of Sanctuary Cities The concept of sanctuary — providing a safe haven for people fleeing oppression — has a long history and is now in the news because President Donald Trump has threatened to cut off federal funds … Continue reading
Homeland Security suspends travel ban President Donald Trump’s government moved swiftly Saturday to comply with a federal judge’s order halting his travel ban — even as Trump himself denounced the judge — but readied its legal defense of the controversial … Continue reading
Functioning versus Nonfunctioning and Attitudes Oh! How I have waited ⸻ It seems now as if it has been years and indeed, it has! Today marked the end of the first business week for our new president. And I realize … Continue reading