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Navigating the Playing Field on Immigration

Navigating the Playing Field on Immigration

Sen. John McCain's trip to Latin America this week--his third foreign trip since clinching the Republican nomination--has brought immigration back to the forefront of the presidential campaign.



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At 5:52pm on July 21, 2008, Charlotte said…
Though it is cruel to separate the mother from the baby, especially when she needs to breastfeed, she did break the law. Illegal is illegal and engaging in any illegal activity comes with its consequences.
At 6:02pm on July 21, 2008, LeJuan Washington said…
I believe any official that is not a part of the National Immigration System should not have the authority to detain immigrants without federal approval. If this is premisive, officiers should attend special training prior to enforcing these charges. All individuals should be treated with decency and respect.
At 1:02pm on August 30, 2008, Chinelo Bivens said…
This is clearly a case of powers uncontrolled by>the intended wielders. The officer who made the stop appears to be looking for some type of reward. That is the only reason I can think of for an arrest to take place instead of a ticket being given. Chances are he just saw a quick buck to be made. After that it should be clear that the mother needs to take care of her newborn and other two kids (who are U.S. citizens), not running in and out of a courthouse. The system needs to be fixed, quickly.
At 4:49pm on August 31, 2008, Jaiemz L. Williams said…
In response to the article by Julia Preston, I want to echo what the majority of my classmates have already said; especially Mr. Bivens.

When the officer pulled Mrs. Villegas over he had a choice. The officer--plausibly a white man--had a choice to either issue a citation or arrest Mrs. Villegas right then and there. Obviously he chose the latter, which would be of the utter most unethical if he did so out of prejudice or some type of discrimination. Also unethical was how she was treated once she was "detained" during her pregnacy and afterwards.
Though the law is expressively finite in its judgement, the law becomes invalid by ethical standards when it interfers with peoples' fundamental rights--one of which is the right not to be harmed. Mind you, however, that the law is said to uphold such rights. And some might say albeit that illegal immigrants do not have certain rights, but I would put forth the idea that if a prisoner at Guantanamo Bay has the right to a lawyer and trial then surely a pregnant illegal immigrant has the right to be treated fairly and not like a "prisoner".
Furthermore, the justice system in place in this case nearly voilated what it is in place to safeguard--the preservation of life. If Mrs. Villegas' son had died as she had gone through this entire ordeal then this would be an entirely different case to examine.

Jaiemz L. Williams
At 12:26pm on September 3, 2008, Chasidy Taylor said…
In regards to the article, I think that the officer should not have had the lady handcuffed while she was getting ready to go into labor. The officer should have let Ms. Preston deliver her baby and handled the situation after she was released from the hospital. Even though, she was an illegal immigrant she should have not been driving in her condition. The officer should have let Mrs. Preston, give her baby its food. The officer should have known better than to deny the approval of not letting Mrs. Preston knowing that newborn babies need their nourishment.
At 2:25pm on September 3, 2008, Staffone D. Marshall said…
The officer was fair for his judgment. Becuase she is a criminal in a sense, she entered in America illegally. I understand that she wants to be in America to experience this freedom however if she could get away with beinmg here illegally, then illegal drugs should be leaglized.
At 2:35pm on September 3, 2008, Staffone D. Marshall said…
The actions the police did by sending the illegal alien to jail were very fair. Because she is just like illegal drugs, in this case if you get caught with it you go to jail, so if you are an illegal alien jail is where you go. However, the police officers did not have to treat her like a criminal when she was giving birth, but, to see it thourgh the police eyes, he probably didn't want her to get away.
At 10:45pm on September 3, 2008, Chasidy Taylor said…
The five C's of the American Council of Teaching Foreign Languages National Standards are Communication, Cultures, Communities,Connections, and Comparisons.
At 10:48pm on September 3, 2008, Chasidy Taylor said…
Hey Rachel! Don't forget about tomorrow. Call me when u get out of class so we can go over the dialogue for Friday. Also, Study for the countries and capitals test it is also on Friday. We can go over those when we rehearse the dialogue.
At 4:02pm on September 4, 2008, Staffone D. Marshall said…
Here are the 5 C's: Communication, Communities, Cultures, Connections, and Comparison

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