Trump’s presidential display was short-lived, and he soon began [blaming] immigrants ... for virtually all of the ills of U.S. society.
Trump’s wall plan ... buries the image of the United States as a land of welcome.
In a matter of months after Katrina, in New Orleans alone, nearly 15,000 undocumented immigrants were already cleaning and rebuilding the city.
Trump insists in presenting immigrants as "bad hombres." But it is a lie. Don't believe it.
People who pretend there are more parallels than the mere concept of a wall are doing two things: they trivialize the old construction and they distort the planned project.
Trump will not be the first (in the event he reaches the White House and he delivers on his campaign promises) president to enact racist laws that place restrictions on immigrants of specific ethnic groups during his reign.
The proportion of Latino voters who are casting ballots has grown in the last ten years, but remains distinctly inferior to that of whites, and to that of blacks. Could that change during the next presidential election?
With an executive order, Barack Obama has put an end to the anguish of 5 million people, who, because of their status as undocumented immigrants, have lived for years at risk of being deported to their native countries if they find themselves in a situation where they are ever asked for documentation. This executive [Read more]
The U.S. president, Barack Obama, is overhauling immigration law. Young foreigners and many parents, who are living in the country illegally but whose children have U.S. passports, will benefit from his decree.
On Thursday evening, Barack Obama showed once again that he has a gift for oration, when he announced his [Read more]