A growing body of research suggests that the answer isn’t economic anxiety, or concerns about public spending, or even general nationalism. It is more specific -- and more disturbing.
Monday, September 26, 2016
NBC’s Lester Holt or a moderator of one of the other two debates would do well to ask Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump where they stand on Utah’s unprecedented state guest working program law, which has been awaiting a waiver from the White House for five years.
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Under Mr. Trump’s anti-immigrant proposals, the American population would probably shrink to 323 million by 2024, about one million fewer people than today and 22 million fewer people than the Census Bureau’s projections eight years from now.
There is another side to the story, too: With Hillary Clinton as the next president, the population of the United States is more likely to increase to 360 million in 2024, from 324 million today.
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
The situation is so bad that an administration lawyer told a federal appeals court this summer that adult illegal immigrants are kidnapping children as they make their way north, so they can pose as families and earn easier treatment here.
Thursday, September 8, 2016
Those who trust Clinton on immigration overwhelmingly say the nation's top immigration priority should be finding a way for those in the country illegally to stay (71%), while the Trump backers are more focused on stopping people from entering the country illegally (56%).
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Este martes vence el plazo de reinscripción del (TPS) de El Salvador, beneficio que protege de la a poco más 194,000 inmigrantes de ese país centroamericano que viven en Estados Unidos.