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Say Her Name: Jakelin Caal Maquin

By Stan Santos For a few days in December 2018, the newsgroups announced again and again variations of the lead “Migrant child dies in custody,” “7-year-old migrant girl” or, simply, “Guatemalan [...] Continue Reading

A Nightmare from Immigration to Tariffs

By Ruth Gadebusch Who would have thought the immigration fiasco would still be festering. And fiasco is the mildest name we could designate! Congress has had ample time to fix it but continues to let [...] Continue Reading

Shame on Us

By Ruth Gadebusch What is happening to would be immigrants on our southern border is unworthy of this nation. What makes it OK for this nation of immigrants to treat asylum seekers in such a dastardly [...] Continue Reading

Free Legal Help with Naturalization

By Greg Olson Are you, or someone you know, trying to become a citizen but can’t afford the legal costs? San Joaquin College of Law (SJCL), a nonprofit law school in Clovis, operates the New [...] Continue Reading

Deported Veterans

By Rico Franco Imagine sitting at the San Ysidro, Mexico, border crossing peering over the horizon. One side is Mexico. One side is California. There is a constant stream of cars and people on foot [...] Continue Reading