http:/action.dreamactivist.org/bringthemhome /nThe Obama administration has created a deportation machine resulting in the destruction of over 1.5 million lives, and the devastating separation of those families by the border. Those 1.5 million people are not lost and forgotten; rather, they are people who deserve to have the choice to return to their home in this county. While we fight to dismantle the system of continued deportations, we must al...
Deportations have exploded in recent years, topping 400,000 in 2012, more than double the number seven years earlier. U.S. lawmakers are debating an overhaul to the country’s immigration system that could include a fix for immigrants who were brought in illegally as children. Many have grown up in America and have no recollection of life in another country, but they have no legal status in the U.S.
Julian Assange discusses a little-known meeting he held in June 2011 with Google CEO Eric Schmidt, who is out with a new book titled, "The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations and Business." We ask Assange what they talked about, and who else joined them for the meeting (this might surprise you.) We also air an excerpt of audio recording from that meeting.
Known as the "Gentrifiers Cafe" to some of the locals, this spot has all the stuff you'd expect from a coffee shop. Everyone is really nice and the patrons are mostly college kids (myself included) on their MacBooks. El Museo del Barrio is also a few blocks away.
Nothing bad to say except that the place needs more space for people to sit.
The food is delicious and fresh. I usually order the same thing when I go to restaurants, but there is so much variety on the arepas that I try and order different ones when I go. The sangria is also pretty good.