Tag: Trump

Attitudes Of the President and Ostriches

Of the President and Ostriches

A little different type of post today, this one about emotion, action, and our president rather than history, immigrants, and the law. Because these days, headlines and emotions are hardly mutually exclusive, and this is a potential problem. Last week, a New York Times op-ed piece talked about the ‘disorienting effect’ of Trump’s words, tweets, …

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Immigration After a Crazy News Week ….

After a Crazy News Week ….

I’m writing this late Saturday evening after what I think everyone, regardless of their political affiliation (or lack thereof), would agree was one continuous, crazy news week. The new Congress doesn’t really have a ‘personality’ yet, but, in any event, its day-to-day workings are obscured by the ongoing Senate confirmation hearings. Some of those hearings …

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Constitution So, About West Wing …

So, About West Wing …

We have taken a flood of phone calls since November 8th from a great many people very much worried about their immediate future. Immediate as in the days right after the inauguration. Everyone has heard a lot (too much?) of rhetoric about immigration, immigrants, plans, walls, deportations, round-ups, court cases, exceptions, and so much more …

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Constitution A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe and … Today

A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe and … Today

Our law office phones have been ringing non-stop since the election just three weeks ago. President -Elect Trump made immigration reform the central tenant of his campaign and it, frankly, scared a lot of our clients. Along with a lot of other people, some of them the men and women who are fast becoming our …

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