Immigration Detention Center Closing Results in U.S. Refugee Deal With Australia

By: Kaitlyn Carr As part of its immigration policies, Australia holds people in offshore detention centers.[1]  In Nauru and Papua New Guinea, detention centers house hundreds of asylum seekers that Australia has intercepted on the way to its shores.[2]  People in immigration detention are assessed for any risks they may pose to the Australian community.[3]  … Continue reading Immigration Detention Center Closing Results in U.S. Refugee Deal With Australia

Fake Fraud: Subterfuge in the Name of Justice

By JUSTIN GRANT Voter fraud is a serious problem, and we must do everything we can to ensure the fairness and integrity of our elections. Undoubtedly, you have heard this sentiment expressed countless times in the past several months. The prospect is at once compelling and frightening, especially at a time when potentially unlimited corporate … Continue reading Fake Fraud: Subterfuge in the Name of Justice

Beware the Bonbon Eating Immigrants

By Timothy R. Koch In 2002, by a five-to-four decision, the Supreme Court ruled that an undocumented worker, Jose Castro—illegally laid off from his minimum-wage job making polyvinylchloride pellets because he participated in an unsuccessful unionization campaign—was not protected by the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).  Hoffman Plastic Compounds, Inc., v. NLRB, 535 U.S. 137 … Continue reading Beware the Bonbon Eating Immigrants