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Column: U.S. must respect immigrant rights

Column: U.S. must respect immigrant rights

November 28, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

By Melissa Wells, opinions editor When history looks back on Nov. 25, nobody will remember why the United States justified an attack on unarmed civilians. It will remember Maria Lila Meza Castro dragging her twin daughters away from tear gas, one barefoot, the other tripping over her mother’s dirt-covered shoes. The girls have nothing but t-shirts and diapers to cover...

History shows Trump’s wall to be an archaic solution

History shows Trump’s wall to be an archaic solution

January 12, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

By Jose Castillo, political columnist Hanging in President-elect Donald J. Trump’s New York office is a list titled: “New year, new ‘Me(rica).” Written underneath “MAGA!”  and above “Drain the Swamp” reads what could be Trump’s hardest resolution to keep: “Build a Wall.” Much l...

Column: Owning up to the harms of the drug war

Column: Owning up to the harms of the drug war

March 17, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

By Sean Connolly, editorial columnist Many Americans are understandably concerned about drugs in the US. But sadly, the rhetorical goal of fighting against drug addiction has been used to put a good face on terrible policies. Mexico is often unfairly portrayed as the perpetrator of drug smuggling....

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