When “reasonable suspicion” and free speech collide.
When “reasonable suspicion” and free speech collide.
The effort by a group of Republican rebels to force a vote on a DACA bill is moving closer to success, but that may end up being the easy part.
Enforcing our immigration and drug laws comes at the cost of fundamental rights.
A small group of Republican rebels in the House are attempting to push legislation protecting DACA beneficiaries to a floor vote. Unfortunately, they’re not likely to succeed.
A new lawsuit seeks to have the 2012 DACA program declared unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument in the challenge to President Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban. It didn’t appear to go well for the challengers.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down a Trump Administration Order that purported to punish so-called ‘sanctuary cities.’
The answer is, of course, no. Really, this is a post about the wall as policy.
President Trump’s call for National Guard troops isn’t going over well even with Republican Governors.
Yet more troubling news about the proposed citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
Thanks to a combination of sensationalism and outright lies, a fairly conventional story about an annual protest march in Mexico was turned into Fox News fodder that raised images of an invading army of illegal immigrants.
The “caravan” of immigrants that sent the President off the deep end on immigration issues is basically coming to an end.
President Trump wants to send the military to the Mexican border. This is both unnecessary and a bad idea.
More than 1200 refugees, mostly from Honduras, are trying to come to the United States. What should we do about it?
In a bizarre Twitter rant, President Trump declared a DACA deal “dead,” blaming Democrats when it’s clear that it’s largely his fault.
A Federal Judge In New York City is allowing a lawsuit against the President’s DACA order to go forward, and he based part of his ruling on the President’s own rhetoric.
Under the proposal certain visa-seekers (such as China and India) would have to have their social media presence scrutinized.
Fourteen months into his presidency, he has no idea how the federal budget works.
California has pushed back quickly against the Trump Administration’s decision to include a question regarding citizenship in the 2020 Census.
Mitt Romney staked out a position on DACA that is to the right of the President, and to the right of a majority of Utah voters.
Critics warn this move would lead to a drastic undercount of Hispanic voters, impacting Congressional districting, federal programs, and more.
President Trump is not being bold on drugs. Instead, he is just recycling old, failed idea.
Lizbeth Mateo, an attorney and immigrant rights activist, will serve on a California board helping disadvantaged students.
Congress is no closer to a resolution of the DACA fix than it was earlier this year.
The Federal Government has fired another shot in the ongoing war over so-called “sanctuary cities.”
The Supreme Court has declined an invitation to intervene early in the legal arguments surrounding DACA.
Mexico’s President canceled a visit to the United States for the second time since Donald Trump became President due to a continued disagreement over who will pay for Trump’s border wall.
A new poll suggests that Republicans would get the blame if Congress fails to pass a bill to protect DACA beneficiaries.
The prospects for extending legal protections for DACA beneficiaries are getting grimmer by the day.
The prospect for a fix to help DACA beneficiaries is looking gloomier than ever.
Another day, another Court ruling against the Trump Administration.
A bipartisan group of Senators has proposed a largely reasonable fix to the DACA problem, but its fate remains unclear.
Another Federal Judge has placed a hold on President Trump’s order to end DACA.
With time seemingly running out, the Senate debate over extending DACA is moving slowly.
The only reason March 5th is “our last chance” at a DACA deal is if Trump makes it so.
If Trump is able to insist upon a package deal or no deal at all, he may muck up his chance of policy success, but it may be the Democrats who lose politically.
One of the main objections that many on the right seem to have to proposals to legalize DACA beneficiaries and other illegal immigrants is the idea that they could eventually become citizens. There’s no good reason they shouldn’t be able to do so.
The Judge presiding over a case dealing with Trump’s proposed border wall expressed doubts about the project. The President will no doubt be irked by the identity of that Judge.
Congress appears to be moving closer to a budget deal even as the President tries to throw a monkey wrench into the whole thing.
A new poll indicates that most Americans support a DACA deal, but don’t think it should be linked to measures to avoid a government shutdown.
Congress seems no closer to a DACA deal than they were in January.
After an extended break for the Republican retreat, Congress heads back to work today with just three days before a possible government shutdown.
The current budget deal expires in six days and Congress doesn’t seem to know what it’s going to do about it.
In addition to deadlines on the Federal Budget and DACA, Congress also has to deal with the debt ceiling at some point in the next month.
The White House’s immigration plan is facing opposition in both chambers of Congress from moderate and conservative Republicans alike.
The prospects for a deal in Congress on DACA are starting to look grim.
Less than a day after the President appeared to make a major concession regarding DACA, the White House has thrown a monkey wrench into the whole process.
Democrats in the Senate appear ready to de-link DACA from the budget. That would remove the threat of a government shutdown, but it could anger their base.