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How the US Sowed the Seeds of Its Border Crisis
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How the US Sowed the Seeds of Its Border Crisis
August 29, 2019

Yes, drug trafficking was a reality, but to put it in context, it helps to recall the degree of corruption that the Obama administration tolerated and sponsored.

“A Narco State Supported by the United States”: How Crime & Corruption in Honduras Fuel Migration
August 26, 2019

Democracy Now! speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Sonia Nazario, who has closely detailed why migrants from Central America are fleeing their homes in an attempt to seek asylum in the United States.

“A Narco State Supported by the United States”: How Crime & Corruption in Honduras Fuel Migration
How Asylum Is Abused Every Day
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How Asylum Is Abused Every Day
August 9, 2019

America’s asylum laws, meant to help the most vulnerable, have instead become a clogged backdoor for economic migrants.

America’s Late-Stage Decadence
July 29, 2019

The decadence we see all around us is arising from every source. Cultural, economic, and political. Cultural decline is the most basic area.

America’s Late-Stage Decadence
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No Salad Bowl: America is Still a Melting Pot
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No Salad Bowl: America is Still a Melting Pot
July 28, 2019

In the short term, that will perpetuate today’s divisions and potentially reelect Donald Trump. But longer term, changing demographics suggest a very different, and less divisive, sort of politics.

The US Is Quietly Opening Detention Camps for Small Children
July 16, 2019

The federal government is quietly expanding its use of shelters to house infants, toddlers and other young asylum-seekers.

The US Is Quietly Opening Detention Camps for Small Children
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How We Ended Up With Kids in Cages
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How We Ended Up With Kids in Cages
July 13, 2019

How did we end up with kids in cages? We put them there, across multiple administrations, creating a politicized immigration and asylum system that constrains better options.

Horrific Pictures of Drowned Migrants Should not Distract Us From the Fact That Far More People Die on EU Borders
July 3, 2019

How many people in the EU states, who are appalled by what is happening on the US-Mexico border, know that the death toll among refugees there is far lower than on the frontiers of the EU?

Horrific Pictures of Drowned Migrants Should not Distract Us From the Fact That Far More People Die on EU Borders
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