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Amir Tsarfati 6h
The Italian government decided to fine anything between $50K to $100K all the human rights that save from the Sea and bring them to the shores .
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Mi Familia Vota Jun 10
Elevating an individual who infamously compared to rats is an insult to everyone in this nation. We are calling on the Senate to stand with immigrants and oppose Cuccinelli's confirmation as head of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
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Frank Collins 20m
No other country in history has been so kind to . Yet the paint an opposite picture regarding . Shame on them.
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Sant'Egidio Madrid 36m
Brought Riches to Urban Schools. Now They’re in the Shadows.
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Brandon Edwards 1h
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Charles Kuck Jun 13
So the total number of undocumented continues to fall, even in light of the current situation at the . Makes you wonder how much we could do if both parties actually wanted to resolve this issue.
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MIIM Designs 28m
What Patti Leigh Brown said–in the NY Times today - want to be part of the
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AndSheSaidRiseUp 2h
As someone heavily involved with and this is deeply alarming to me...
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Dial a llama (lama) 3h
Hey You're not all bad When you voted for saying that's okay Then you voted against human rights on another day You voted against that much is true You shouted at Corbyn for being 'Cos that's what you always do! Hey Raab, why are you so ?
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NOW 1h
hosts 12 million of different nationalities representing 37 percent of its population, making it rank second in the world in the number of immigrants, preceded only by the United States. .. 561,911 are Yemenis 262,573 are Syrians 249,669 are from Myanmar.
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AllthingsConsidered 2h
Shame on the vain, illegal immigrant, money grubbing women who spread eagle to allow the idiot to impregnate them. women He married and brought to America.
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Francisco dela Torre 3h
We do not come empty-handed: The Economic Case for in the 🇺🇸: ✅14% of the population ✅Started 1/4 of all new businesses ✅Earned 1/3 of all the Nobel Prizes ✅Founded 1/4 of tech companies ✅Founded 43% of Fortune 500 ✍🏽
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Pete D. 23h
Wow, a lot of hate in the posts, how sad. Both Larry Hasan made good points, however the issue is neither side wants to listen or consider. There's very much a double standard when it comes to criticism. Benefits given to are privileges NOT rights!
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Evan Kirstel at #ParisAirShow 16h
Migrants from countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo, Syria and Kenya are learning to rebuild landfill-bound computers, increasing their chances of finding jobs
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Anne Holzman 51m
Repeated references here to rules written by Congress. is House revising rules for detaining ? If we agree not to , will GOP recognize habeas corpus for a change? Grrrr!
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Cynthia G Williams 58m
need to spend their time and energy adjusting to the new America. Dealing with change can be painful. Ask the . There is no going back.
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☆ Jess ☆ 2h
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jon 12h
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((Maneesh "Jay" Sharma))🇺🇸 17h
Replying to @EmilyRafi2020
Bless you dear 🙏🏼
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Lori Colt 10h
Replying to @marcorubio
I get the feeling Marco was forced to memorize this in Sunday school and didn't get it.
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