According to a lawsuit filed by the ACLU SoCal and Perkins Coie, Carrillo was targeted because he was born in Mexico and otherwise didn’t show up in immigration databases.
Archives for November 2017
Frank Fear: Nike has what Adidas and Under Armour do not—a face. The public has no idea who runs either of Nike’s major competitors. Not so with Nike. Phil Knight is the face of the franchise.
Dan Embree: I suppose you already know that Erik Prince, free-lance mercenary and wannabe secret agent, billionaire brother to your billionaire Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, will be testifying to the House Intelligence Committee today.
Mark Naison: Never in my life have I felt more pressure to comfort, reassure and defend people who felt vulnerable, whether they were my students, my colleagues, or people I worked with in the Bronx community.
Janet Maker: Although the Democrats made a lot of noise about Russian hacking, the fact is that it would be much easier for Republicans than for Russians to manipulate the election.
Michael Milillo: Some liberal media outlets have already censored stories when these alternative stories conflict with the current liberal narrative for what caused Hillary Clinton to lose to Donald Trump in the November 2017 elections.
Paul Haeder: The more chemicals, drugs, vaccines, additives, toxins they make, the more difficult it is to escape from big business’ straight-jacket
Dan Embree: What’s with the DeeNay bit? I thought they were Navaho. Whatever. How! You’re Cohen? Hey, I knew your mother in Queens.
Irene Monroe: The perceptions and stereotypes of African American women—combative, mouthy, not deferential enough and “angry black woman”—can sadly turn into deadly action as we see with Sandra Bland
Tom Hastings: This man’s sense of humor must have been surgically implanted by a really stupid robot improperly programed in a middle school shop class.
WJ Astore: U.S. and Coalition forces have been fighting the Afghan War for 16 years. Surges have come and gone. More than a trillion dollars has been spent. Yet the enemy retains the initiative and largely dictates the terms of the conflict.
Dan Embree: No, the passions of many deeply religious Alabamians are activated by infallible and automatic triggers (words or images), that by-pass rational filters and send a jolt of religious voltage directly to the unconscious core of their beings.
Lance Simmens: Today there are nearly 66 million people who have left their homes due to conflict, violence, persecution and human rights violations. That number has doubled in the past decade alone and is expected to continue to increase exponentially in the years to come.