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Demonizing opposition does not solve issue of excessive immigration

Ben Zuckerman
September 4, 2017
Daily Bruin

In the Aug. 28 issue of the Daily Bruin, there is a submission titled “Bruins must stand against hate groups in face of professor involvement.” One of the online responses to this piece states that the author of the piece, Hector Prado, tries to “smear a professor.”

Coming DACA decision sows anxiety in Ventura County

Tom Kisken
September 1, 2017
Ventura County Star

David Gonzalez felt overwhelmed.

The 22-year-old Oxnard man worried Friday about reports that President Donald Trump may end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that provides work permits and deportation protection to Gonzalez and nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants who came to the country as children.

Missing the point by focusing on Arpaio

Joe Guzzardi
August 31, 2017
The Daily Dispatch

President Trump’s pardon of former Maricopa County Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio has set off a firestorm of criticism from Democrats and Republicans alike. At the core of the Arpaio controversy, both during his six terms in office from 1993 to 2016, and after his 2017 criminal contempt of court conviction, has been immigration law enforcement.

Trump to Rogue Nations: Take Back Your Criminal Aliens!

Joe Guzzardi
August 30,2017
GOPUSA

Showing backbone where the Bush and Obama White Houses had been spineless, the Trump administration will impose visa sanctions on four tiny countries – Cambodia, Eritrea, Guinea and Sierra Leone – that have steadfastly refused to take back their convicted criminal nationals.

Ads target ‘sanctuary state’ bill as it nears the finish line

Taryn Luna
August 30, 2017
Sacramento Bee

Imagine if Gov. Jerry Brown had a son who was killed by an immigrant who entered the country illegally and sanctuary policies shielded him from federal law. That’s what Don Rosenberg is asking Californians to consider in a new ad opposing Senate Bill 54 airing in Sacramento this week.

Arpaio enforced immigration law

Joe Guzzardi
August  29, 2017
Winston-Salem Journal

President Trump's pardon of former Maricopa County Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio has set off a firestorm of criticism from Democrats and Republicans alike. At the core of the Arpaio controversy, both during his six terms in office from 1993 to 2016, and after his 2017 criminal contempt of court conviction, has been immigration law enforcement.

Trump not fixing immigration

Joe Guzzardi
August 26, 2017
The Alliance Review

When, right out of the starting block, President Donald Trump reneged on a key campaign vow, he inadvertently laid the foundation for a swamp of his own making just months later. On the campaign trail, President Trump repeatedly promised to end "on day one" deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA).

LTE: Stephen Miller, Charlottesville and Hitler Youth

Letter to the Editor
Ben Zuckerman
August 24, 2017
As seen in:
Jewish Journal

Eshman’s column in support of continued high levels of legal immigration — due largely to so-called “family reunification” — misses many important reasons why U.S. immigration policies should be changed. Here are two such reasons.
 

Trump lured into immigration swamp

Joe Guzzardi
August 24, 2017
Eureka Times-Standard

When, right out of the starting block, President Donald Trump reneged on a key campaign vow, he inadvertently laid the foundation for a swamp of his own making just months later. On the campaign trail, President Trump repeatedly promised to end “on day one” deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA).

Trump disbanding his own jobs initiative was a good thing

Joe Guzzardi
August 23, 2017
As seen in:
Bennington Banner
Newnan-Times Herald

President Trump wisely disbanded his Manufacturing Jobs Initiative (MJI), a sham that pretended to be concerned about American workers' plights, but in reality served as a corporate networking tool. Initiatives, blue ribbon panels and task forces make for good press, but are rarely productive.

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