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One High Profile Case and One Ignored Case

One High Profile Case and One Ignored Case

by Daniel Nardini The two cases of former U.S. Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi and former U.S. AID worker Alan Gross could not be a more classic example of how one… Read more »

Nostalgia for a Bad Era

Nostalgia for a Bad Era

by Daniel Nardini I remember the days when Russian tourists, state enterprises and Soviet ships used to be in Havana. In the days when the former Soviet Union existed and… Read more »

The American Asylum Morass

The American Asylum Morass

by Daniel Nardini The case of 22-year old Celvyn Mejia Romero is far from being extra-ordinary. Forced to leave his native Honduras at age 10 because of a dispute with… Read more »

Florida’s New Tuition Law for Immigrants

Florida’s New Tuition Law for Immigrants

by Daniel Nardini In a complete about-turn, the State of Florida has passed a new law that allows immigrant students, even those who are undocumented, to qualify for in-state tuition… Read more »

Two Different Tales in the Same State

Two Different Tales in the Same State

by Daniel Nardini I commend Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel and Chicago’s decision to house those Central American refugees (mostly children) in Chicago. There are apparently many, many people who feel… Read more »

Puerto Rico to Provide Undocumented with Driver’s Licenses

Puerto Rico to Provide Undocumented with Driver’s Licenses

by Daniel Nardini Puerto Rican Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla announced that Puerto Rico will now provide driver’s licenses to undocumented. Under the new rules, the undocumented must show that they… Read more »

The Central American Refugee Crisis as Seen in Central America

The Central American Refugee Crisis as Seen in Central America

by Daniel Nardini It is all over the U.S. news—tens of thousands of children from the three Central American countries of El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala arriving daily in the… Read more »

What Have We Learned from the Great War?

What Have We Learned from the Great War?

by Daniel Nardini The Great War, also known as World War I, started 100 years ago in August, 1914, as all major European players mobilized for war. The principle players,… Read more »

How the Immigration Court System Works

How the Immigration Court System Works

by Daniel Nardini Those anti-immigrant and anti-refugee groups who are protesting and even threatening the poor unfortunate children and women from Central America are calling for their “quick deportation.” Besides… Read more »

What The U.S. News Media Is Not Saying About North Korea

What The U.S. News Media Is Not Saying About North Korea

by Daniel Nardini Whatever is said in the U.S. news media about North Korea, it makes it all sound like the North Korean regime is about to collapse. We hear… Read more »