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On Friday night, President Donald Trump signed an executive order effectively banning Muslims refugees and immigrants from seven countries from entering the United States. The order, which was not clearly written and not vetted by any of the implementing...
TEXAS — The Texas State Senate gave preliminary approval to a bill Tuesday, February 7th that would effectively abolish so-called sanctuary cities by requiring local police agencies to enforce immigration laws at the request of federal officials. Under...
Okay. The Super Bowl is over. The New England Patriots won. Of course they did. They (almost) always do – and this time they came back from being down by three touchdowns, tying the game at the last second, and then suddenly winning the game in overtime...
An executive order on immigration has shaken the nation with a force that’s being felt here at St. John’s. President Donald Trump on Friday issued an executive action that effectively suspends the issuance of visas and bans citizens from seven predominantly...
Actors, musicians and public figures all over the country are reacting to the horrible news of President Donald Trump’s executive order to block Syrian refugees and citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries from enterting the U.S. over the next...
The People Who Mean To Be Their Governors Must Arm Themselves With The Power Which Knowledge Gives
Here is the irony, the ‘War on Drugs’ which was meant to help communities deal with the scourge of illicit drugs has actually done...
(MintPress)—Alejandrina Cabrera, a candidate for a City Council seat in a bilingual Arizona border city has been barred from the election, after of, Arizona, Civil rights, Constitution, Elections, ...
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(MINNEAPOLIS) — Over the past weeks, three foreign journalists have lost their lives covering the crisis in Syria. For me personally, the death of New York, Abortion, Anthony Shadid, Egypt, Foreign Af...