... I have no idea. Sorry.
... I have no idea. Sorry.
Yeah, MS-13 basically only has a significant presence in SoCal, the DC Metro area, and some parts of the NYC suburbs. That’s pretty much it.
A few months back a local hip coffee shop accidentally gave me a latte made with oat milk instead of almond milk, and that was clear a bridge too far. I mean, who do these people think they are?
“We don’t normally do this, but we’ll try it with dairy.”
He’s always been a shithead. His parents are liberal, his family is liberal, and he went to a liberal high school in California filled with immigrants.
Approximately 50,924 people were apprehended by Customs and Border Patrol in April 2018, compared with 15,766 people the same month last year.
Here’s the problem; the “fundamentals of immigration reform” are massively affected by the larger narrative ongoing about immigration.
“MS-13 are shitheads but there are way worse shitheads out there so let’s spend our resources going after those guys.”
Official estimates of the number of MS-13 members in the United States ranges from around 6,000 to 10,000 members. By comparison, there are an estimated 50,000+ members of the Latin Kings. The entire city of Chicago alone has an estimated 150,000 gang members!
What is there to say when he is putting immigrant children from war torn countries (wars that we helped and benefit from) in what is essentially internment camps.
How about universal healthcare? There’s an idea!
Well, that’s not the slightest bit of a surprise to anyone. Water, wet!
Yeah, my partner is also hearing-impaired so it’s definitely something I take seriously.
I use “IJ” in my texts so much that the word “in” occasionally autocorrects to IJ.
My use of the word “legit” is legit problematic.
Absolutely, which is why it’s so disheartening that people attacked Kate for her opinion. I get where she was coming from and I get where he was coming (heh) from. I thought they were both respectful.
I know!! And what frustrates me the most about it was how much it was just a stroke of luck and not, like, anything resembling how the legal process should actually work.
One of my most surprising victories was when my the ICE attorney at a bond hearing noticed the one line about former gang membership buried in a long I-213, and then quizzed my client on cross for 20 minutes about his (as it turned out, former) membership in a gang, because it turned out that the TA used to be part of…
One of my most surprising victories was when the ICE attorney at a bond hearing noticed the one line about former gang membership buried in a long I-213, and then quizzed my client on cross for 20 minutes about his (as it turned out, former) membership in a gang, because it turned out that the TA used to be part of…