The Trump administration's new 'public charge' law purports to reduce the burden of immigration on tax payers. But, the rule appears to deliberately target low income, latino families. What's more, critics say it won't save money and will in fact hurt the U.S. economy.
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On the eve of the next round of presidential debates, America’s Hispanic community is hoping Democrats will, this time, display a deeper understanding of Hispanic hopes, ideals and culture – not just a few words of Spanish.
The White House is cracking down on Cuba - again - reverting to a failed policy of Cold War travel restrictions and isolation of the island's one-party, communist state. Americans can travel to Russia and Iran, so why not Cuba?
It's a mistake to see Guaidó's fight to oust Maduro as an attempted coup. His actions are a legitimate attempt to put an end to a dictatorship, just like the fight against Pinochet in Chile, or against apartheid in South Africa, or slavery in the United States. The 'neutral' position adopted by AMLO in Mexico places him on the wrong side of history.
Florida’s House Speaker, Jose Oliva, helped steer the controversial legislation despite its negative impact for Hispanic immigrants. Opponents criticize the alleged hypocrisy of Republicans who claim to support Venezuelan exiles, noting that the proposed law will make it easier for them to be deported.
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After another week of political upheaval in Venezuela, Washington insists the "long knives are out" for Maduro, and the end of his regime is nearing. Others speculate that a failed plot to oust Maduro indicates Guaidó and the U.S. may have been hoodwinked by a Cuban and Russian counter-intelligence operation?
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In a world where most jobs already require technical skills, a majority of students still aren’t learning the relevant content in school, largely due to structural and societal barriers. As a result, millions of jobs are going unfilled.