Sunday, September 15, 2019

Immigrant deportations down to lowest numbers in a decade

New data has indicated that the Obama Administration is on pace to deport the fewest number of undocumented immigrants in a decade, tracing back to the middle of President George W. Bush’s second term. This comes as President Obama continues to fight the legal battle over the constitutionality of his executive actions, extending protection from […]

New Gallup Poll Shows Spike in Obama’s Approval Rating Among Latinos

According to a recent Gallup Poll, President Obama’s approval rating among Latinos has jumped 14 points since his announcement regarding the executive actions he would take to overhaul our nation’s immigration system.  His approval rating now stands at 68 percent, the highest it has been all year. In 2012, the president’s popularity among Latinos skyrocketed […]

House Republicans Continue to Weigh Options to Block Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration

Today, House Republicans met to discuss ways in which the party could counter President Obama’s executive order on immigration.  After the meeting, House Speak John Boehner said that he would bring a resolution that would block the president’s executive actions by GOP Rep. Ted Yoho to a vote. Such a vote however is largely seen […]

Today: President Obama Will Announce Executive Action on Immigration

Today, President Obama is set to unveil what executive actions he will enact in order to address immigration. The announcement came yesterday by way of a video posted on Facebook where the president invited viewers to tune into his Thursday evening address where he will outline what steps he will take to begin fixing our […]