Gov. Larry Hogan was silent leading into Sunday on the expected targeting this weekend of undocumented immigrants across the country and in the Baltimore region by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Just four years ago, more than 90 percent of students at John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle were identified as low-income — and that qualified the school for $250,000 in badly needed funds. A policy change has made that money disappear — even though the school's student population is no less needy.
Vice President Mike Pence visited Baltimore on Wednesday, presenting an award to an Annapolis man at a conference of Hispanic law enforcement officials before touring the local office of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Ours is a nation of immigrants. For example, the Swedish Royal Academy reports that just since 2000, immigrants to the United States have been awarded 33 of the 85 Nobel Prizes in Chemistry, Physics, and Medicine. Apple and Amazon were founded by the sons of immigrants.
Cowed by the media speech police, CEOs neglect to relate one simple truth: The president can close the border to the movement of people but continue to permit the flow of commercial vehicles carrying goods and air travel for business.
That extreme politicization of the national conversation about immigration is part of what makes director David Sutherland’s “Marcos Doesn’t Live Here Anymore,” which airs Monday night at 9 on PBS, such a special documentary.
Today, the largest migration crisis in my lifetime is unfolding on the U.S.-Mexico boundary. There is talk in Washington, D.C., bout a czar to oversee interagency immigration policy. This is an urgent necessity. Here is a suggested "to do" list for the appointee.
A group of Johns Hopkins students staged a sit-in during the university's Alumni Week to draw attention to a recently approved piece of legislation that allows for the creation of an armed campus police department.
‘Extremely lucky’ Maryland crab industry is weathering a storm over Mexican worker shortages. But the industry says issues remain with a program that supplies it with needed guest workers to pick crabs.
A review of the bills introduced by Democratic legislators in Annapolis this Session suggests that their party is not out to spread love and affection, but are on a mission of revenge. It is evident that the Democrats are looking for retribution for not only losing the Presidential race in 2016 ..