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Oklahoma Town Divided on Influx of Immigrant Kids to Army base

It was noon on Sunday when Jose Luis, a 38-year-old construction worker who stopped for lunch at Aranda’s Mexican Grill, finished his menudo, a traditional Mexican stew of beef tripe in a red chili pepper broth. Mexican music blared from a corner jukebox. Jose Luis, an undocumented immigrant who declined to provide his last name, said he first crossed the U.S.-Mexico border near El Paso, Texas, when he was 19. He has since crossed more times than he can remember. Read more >

Opinion: A Child’s Risky Journey

To the Editor: Read more >

Opinion: Like those children, I too fled Central America

A few days after my little brother received death threats, he and I jumped on top of la Bestia -- the Beast -- the train heading north, to escape El Salvador. The country that financed the armed forces seeking to kill our friends and family would be our destination for safety. Read more >

NNIRR Urges President Obama to Act for Human Rights and Justice

Ensure Due Process and Humanitarian Support for Vulnerable Children and Their Families Read more >

Obama Substitutes Lobbying Groups For Americans’ Support For Immigration

President Barack Obama seemed to reveal his real feelings about democracy and about Americans when he improvised large sections of his Monday Rose Garden speech on immigration.

Reporters in the Rose Garden read the prepared text on monitors on each side of the stage, and tracked Obama’s apparently heart-felt additions, which minimized respect for public opinion and for the native-born population of the United States. Read more >

Obama Moving Immigration 'On My Own, Without Congress' After Boehner Tells Him No-Go

President Barack Obama said Monday he is done waiting for Congress to act and taking steps to reform nation’s immigration system through administrative action. 

“America cannot wait forever for them to act. That’s why today I am beginning a new effort to fix as much of our immigration system as I can on my own, without Congress,” Obama said in the Rose Garden, with Vice President Joe Biden by his side.  Read more >

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