"WHY DON'T THEY COME THE RIGHT WAY?"
A few readers have responded to my recent columns with something I’ve heard many times from those who try to justify Donald Trump’s policies and rhetoric on immigration: “I’m not against people coming here, I just want them to do it the right way.”
CALIFORNIA VS PRESIDENT TRUMP
The efforts of the Trump Administration to restrict immigration into the U.S. and target immigrants already here go far beyond the well-publicized separation of families at the border or the termination of the DACA program.
THE FATE OF DACA IN THE US
On November 12th, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on the validity of the Trump Administration’s cancellation of the DACA program. A decision is expected in June 2020—when the country will be in the midst of the next presidential campaign.
MY JOURNEY TO A REFUGEE CAMP
This month, I am sharing a guest column from Liz Linde, a Sonoma County resident, about her recent trip to a refugee camp in Mexico holding many thousands of asylum-seekers awaiting their asylum interviews at our Southern border
ONE SUPREME COURT JUSTICE MATTERS
And one justice on the Supreme Court would have tipped the balance in June 2016, when the vote on that Court tied 4-4 on whether the law was constitutional, leaving the Texas judge’s unprecedented ruling in place.
THE IMMIGRATION STORY IN THE MODERN DAY
See how immigration has changed over the years in the US. See pictures of families then and now and the facts and statistics revolving around the immigration patterns of today.
INTERESTED IN MORE DACA NEWS?
See more articles on the Sonoma Gazette website
The founder of My American Dreams, Christopher Kerosky, has published a multitude of articles for a local news column in the Sonoma County Gazette. The articles span from individual stories of DACA recipients to broad current event news regarding some issues of immigration in the US. If you are interested and what to see more of these articles, check out the Sonoma County Gazette.