Earlier today, Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients walked the halls of Congress to lobby members to create a clean, permanent legislative stand alone solution that would protect them from deportation. In light of Trump’s government shutdown, the group also reminded members of Congress what’s at stake if… Continue »

McConnell AWOL as Economy Craters and He Caters to Trump The absurd and unpopular Trump shutdown over the border wall is continuing with no end in sight. As a host of observers are highlighting, the shutdown is a political maneuver designed to placate the shrinking Trump base – coming right after a midterm election that… Continue »

America’s Voice TPS Holders & Immigrant Youth Lobby Congressional Members for Legislative Solutions to Terminated Immigration Status’ As the 116th Congress gets Sworn in, It’s Time Mitch McConnell and GOP Took Control of the Trump Shutdown English Wall Street Journal Shutdown Over Border Wall Drags On as Democrats Prepare to Take Control of House By… Continue »

Spoiler alert: everything he says is a lie Over the holidays, cooped up in the White House, Trump took to Twitter to express himself on the government shutdown over border wall funding. Glenn Kessler, fact-checker at the Washington Post, takes Trump’s lies and distortions apart, one by one. Excerpts are below with the full article… Continue »

12 days and counting, and it seems that the American people realize the absurdity of Trump’s border wall fight. A late December Reuters/Ipsos poll of 2,440 adults nationwide makes clear that Americans are overwhelmingly opposed to shutting down the government over the unpopular border wall and hold President Trump responsible for the ongoing shutdown. Among… Continue »

America’s Voice Glenn Kessler at WaPo: Fact Checking Trump’s Holiday Tweet Spree Reuters/Ipsos Poll: President Trump’s Border Wall Shutdown Supported By Only 25% of Americans English Associated Press Stream of U.S. immigration changes dominated 2018 By MATT SEDENSKY and JULIE WATSON December 22, 2018 New York Times In Newly Divided Government, Who Will Control the… Continue »