The corrosive effects on American society of Trump's brand of neoliberalism and neofascism are more obvious every day. Any viable resistance must reclaim the social as part of its strategy.
Across the country, centrist Republicans are under pressure to buck their party's hard-line stance on deportations and give "Dreamers" a path to citizenship.
Congress remains gridlocked on the issue, despite President Trump’s demand for substantial changes by March 5.
Opinions showcased in three major U.S. newspapers during the recent government shutdown exhibit a striking lack of concern for the fate of the young immigrants.
The Vermont senator takes the opportunity to also "talk to you about the major crises facing our country that, regrettably, Trump chose not to discuss."
“It’s going to happen, at some point in the future, over a period of 10 to 12 years,” the president tells reporters.
Although the judge said that lawyers clearly demonstrated that young immigrants “were likely to suffer serious, irreparable harm” without court action, it’s unclear what effect the ruling will have on Capitol Hill.
Critics blast Trump for using immigrants as "bargaining chips" to secure funding for his controversial border plan.
By repealing DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), Trump endangers both these young immigrants and the economic security of America.