Category Archives: Policy

Defending DACA

Recently, Texas was in the news when they, and nine other states, chose to challenge DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). They will be pressing the Trump administration to rescind this executive order. Should DACA still be on the books on September 5, 2017, they have threatened to sue the federal government to have DACA canceled.

We can’t let that happen. Continue reading Defending DACA

2014 Humanitarian Crisis – Recent History Lesson

We are currently facing a humanitarian crisis on our Southern border. To look at anti-immigrant protests in the news lately [1] one might think that this is a new problem that has started under the watch of the Obama administration. One would be mistaken. And badly, at that.

Let’s review some recent history related to immigration and immigration reform. Continue reading 2014 Humanitarian Crisis – Recent History Lesson