The U.S. president issued an order that will protect millions of immigrants from deportation and give them the right to work. Republicans are threatening to put him in jail for this.
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]
It is just one step, but is said to benefit four or five million immigrants. It is executive action taken by Barack Obama on his presidential prerogative, forced by the insistent Republican refusal to pass a reform that has slept in the Capitol’s drawers in Washington.
The measures avoid deportation for this [Read more]
Americans, and Republicans in particular, are furious with Barack Obama. They are calling him a dictator because of the announcement on immigration he made Thursday, Nov. 21, an announcement by which he managed to change the situation of about five million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. with only his signature.
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An assembly among the heads of negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which consists of 12 countries, including Japan and America, was held in Beijing, China. Though Japan and America concentrated on the negotiations, they were unable to reach [Read more]
President Barack Obama announced yesterday that he will use his executive powers to advance reforms in the United States’ immigration policy. Just as this issue initially created high expectations, it is also likely to produce a new conflict between Democrats and Republicans that could bring about another [Read more]
Never before has a president had the courage to help so many people in his country out of the shadows of illegality with one stroke of the pen.
<i>Hillary Clinton is gaining ground as the potential Democratic candidate for 2016.</i>
The predictions have come to pass. The Republicans won the U.S. general elections by a large margin, in governors’ races as well as in races for other public offices. With the midterm elections out of the way and two more [Read more]
It used to be said that U.S. midterm elections were considered a referendum on the president's performance in office. If this is true, the country's rejection of President Barack Obama has been left clear. Decisive. Final.
Whereas Obama, not without nobility, immediately recognized this, expressing willingness to [Read more]
Next week, the American president is to announce a series of decrees designed to offer a solution to the millions of immigrants, the majority Mexican, currently living in the U.S. He may have a battle on his hands with Republicans.