If the people wonât change the government, change the people.
Much like todayâs United States, the Roman Empire was a polyglot, multicultural realm encompassing disparate peoples. Unlike us, Rome got that way via invasion â not through inviting one. But Rome did enjoy one advantage vis-Ă -vis preserving the empire: Its restless foreign subjects couldnât vote. How long would Rome have lasted and its government remained âRomanâ if they could have?
In our amnesty debates, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) being the latest, a point is often missed. People warn of the fiscal consequences of absorbing poor migrants; libertarians say the solution is nixing the welfare state. People complain about âpressing oneâ for English and say we must insist newcomers learn English. Then thereâs illegal-alien crime, which requires a strict law-and-order approach. The problem? Importing waves of...
DACA has seemed to be remarkably resilient. I don't know if it'll be any more attacks on it or not? [URL=http://www.kotatv.com/content/news/Federal-judge-rules-against-states-says-DACA-can-stay-492197031.html]]] A federal judge in Texas has declined to order that the U.S. government stop the Obama-era program shielding young immigrants from deportation.[/URL]
Valerie Volcovici, Delphine Schrank wrote: President Donald Trump said on Sunday that there will be no deal to legalize the status of young adult immigrants called Dreamers and he said the U.S.-Mexico border is becoming more dangerous....
--[URL=http://tinyurl.com/yacfpa3o]]]Trump says DACA deal for young immigrants is off[/URL]
Couldn't tell if this was glorious Resurrection Day or April Fool's Day from our President's actions Time will tellâ
Lloyd Grove wrote: Right-wing firebrand Ann Coulter, whose 2016 campaign book In Trump We Trust touted the many virtues of the Republican nominee, is having second, third, and possibly even fourth thoughts about Donald J. Trump.
âI knew he was a shallow, lazy ignoramus, and I didnât care,â Coulter admitted to an audience largely composed of College Republicans and a few hecklers at Columbia University on Tuesday night....
...The ostensible focus of the conversationâmoderated by Kevin Can Wait showrunner Rob Long, a rare Hollywood conservative (suitless, unshaven)âwas immigration policy. Itâs a topic on which Coulter and Kaus largely agree (namely, curb the flow of indigent, ill-educated, unskilled arrivals and get rid of the âillegalsâ who depress the wages of working-class Americans). Also on the agenda was Trumpâs apparent lack of interest in fulfilling his central campaign promise to erect a âbig, beautiful wallâ on the U.S. border with Mexico....
--[URL=https://www.thedailybeast.com/heartbroken-trump-critic-ann-coulter-hes-a-shallow-lazy-ignoramus]]]Heartbrokenâ Trump Critic Ann Coulter: Heâs a âShallow, Lazy Ignoramusâ[/URL]
A lot of people are happy that President Trump does not hold back on his opinion of various races. It was the basis for this opinion.
ABC News Radio wrote: ....Plaintiffs applauded the ruling.
âWeâre pleased the court ruled that our substantive Equal Protection and APA [Administrative Procedure Act] claims can proceed, and we look forward to continuing our litigation to protect Dreamers and New Yorkâs businesses, economy, and institutions,â said Amy Spitalnick, spokeswoman for New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
--[URL=http://abcnewsradioonline.com/politics-news/judge-rules-challenge-to-trumps-plan-to-end-daca-can-go-forw.html#entry36051730]]]Judge rules challenge to Trump's plan to end DACA can go forward[/URL]
It is almost amusing that [URL=https://tinyurl.com/y8dlyync]]]The First White President[/URL] seems to enable procedures that he says he's against?â
One thing about the illegal immigrants that have been in this country since they were children they have better chance of being Americanized then some of those who are against their presence.
ABC News Radio wrote: In an effort to provide a legislative fix, Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, and Dick Durbin, D-Ill, introduced the Dream Act of 2017, which was modeled on earlier proposals and would allow Dreamers to obtain permanent residency and American citizenship if they graduate from high school or obtain a GED and work for at least three years, serve in the military or pursue higher education. The bipartisan bill would require applicants to demonstrate English proficiency, have no history of serious crimes and pass law enforcement and security background checks.
At the end of September, two Republican senators introduced another bill, known as the SUCCEED Act, that addresses the status of the hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants. This bill potentially offers dreamers a 15-year path to citizenship and would also prevent recipients from sponsoring family members, an attempt to address concerns from immigration hawks and President Trump.
--[URL=https://tinyurl.com/ybeqlvdr]]]https://tinyurl.com/ybeqlvdr ( Thousands of Dreamers could lose protection as DACA deadline arrives )[/URL]
I think these bills will answer the points of the SA article.