Forms of exclusion have helped democracies distinguish between citizens and non-citizens since the founding of democracy itself, all the way back to classical Athens.
Progressives are at a crossroads and their tactical political choices will determine if we have learned from our mistakes necessary to win 2018.
Robert Reich recently published a vital blog piece that everyone must read about immigration and its importance that all must understand.
Many consider the immigration and xenophobia issue one, only emanating from white nationalists. Accepting that myth could be fatal for Progressives.
Immigration does not have to be a zero-sum gain issue if we just sat down and explored what fears are real as oppose to manipulation to divide for an ulterior motive.
It may be true that Americans may not be as divided on immigration as some would think. However, the spoils go to those who vote irrespective of what the polls say.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services under Donald Trump is fulfilling the desires of his small but influential group of insular xenophobes.
Donald Trump’s visit to Davos, rubbing shoulders with the titans of capital while closing America to most people is a clear example that he represents his party well.
Ann Coulter was not kind to her favorite politician. She let him have it in her latest blog post. Giving the president’s most recent utterings, he may be listening.
Jim Acosta did it again. He called out the Trump administration for their new xenophobic proposal. Will he get kicked out of the newsroom?