Tag: immigration

Home /
img

The Deportation Machine

By
|
In General
|
On April 24, 2018
Another day, another deeply disturbing story about the Trump administration’s ethnic cleansing campaign. By all accounts, the Legal Orientation Program (LOP) has been a smashing success for the federal government. The program — which provides rudimentary legal guidance to people facing deportation — saves taxpayer money, speeds the court process, and has been praised by […]
img
Good piece here that implicates everyday consumers and their desire for cheap meat in the broader immigration issue and how it helps exploit the poorest workers we have. Cheap meat is costly. At the Southern Provision slaughterhouse in Bean Station, Tenn., in a recent early-morning U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement raid with helicopters, armed federal […]
img

Oppression Through Census

By
|
In General
|
On April 3, 2018
Donald Trump weaponizing the Census against immigrants is going to be a complete, horrifying disaster. The Census does practice runs. For whatever reason, it’s choice for 2020 is Providence County, Rhode Island (interesting in part because counties are essentially fictions in Rhode Island, as in much of town-based New England). Anyway, as Sam Adler-Bell explores […]
img

Walls, Walls Everywhere!

By
|
In General
|
On March 22, 2018
Martha McSally is not leaving any nutty position untried in her campaign to replace Jeff Flake. Rep. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) proposed building a border wall between California and Arizona to protect the state. “As we look in Arizona, we often look into the dangers of the southern border,” McSally said during a round-table discussion about […]
1 2 20
It is main inner container footer text