Immigration’s opponents are winning.
The administration’s record on immigration is one of broken promises, traumatized communities and shattered families.
Accountability, transparency, and oversight are not partisan issues.
Nobody disputes Maher’s right to speak as a guest at UC Berkeley’s campus, no matter what he intends to say.
Our elected leaders have failed us by ignoring the need for immigration reform.
The irony is that Maher is now being condemned for his vocal opposition to Islamic vehemence against women, gays and minorities.
The answer after almost a hundred years of geographic discrimination is statehood for Puerto Rico.
The victims of Soviet style-violation of human rights are this time not dissidents and Jews but gays.
Media and advocates speculate that the administration will most likely implement a program similar to DACA for a broader segment of the undocumented population.
Such an appointment would convey to the world that the United States won’t allow discrimination and violence against LGBT people to go unchallenged.