+menu-


  • Category Archives From Dreamers to DACA
  • The Braceros and Americas Hispanic Population

    The Bracero  program/agreements are a little-known chapter of American and Mexican history

    A 1940 U.S. census counted 377,433 people born in Mexico.

    The Bracero  Historical Effect 1942-2017 on Americas Hispanic Population

    2017 The U.S. census bureau’s latest estimates  the Hispanic population  is 58.6 million.

    ————————————————————–

    Jan 21, 2018

    A timely Discovery the1952 McCarran-Walter Act

    Does any of this sound familiar 66 years later?

    In 1952, the U.S. Congress overrode a veto by President Harry Truman and passed the McCarran-Walter Act that on the one hand removed racial barriers to American citizenship, while on the other, tightened controls over the screening and entrance of immigrants.

    The new law stated that anyone who had entered the U.S.A. illegally since 1924 was subject to deportation no matter how long he or she had been in the country. At the same time, the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) stepped up enforcement on the border and initiated raids in many cities. As a result, many people were deported (some of them U.S. born children who were sent away with their parents).

    Because the INS could not differentiate American citizens who happened to be of Mexican ancestry from people who were here illegally, U.S. citizens were often stopped and questioned by authorities.

    At the same time, the U.S. government doubled the number of people who were allowed to cross the border as braceros.

    Thus, on the one hand the U.S. deported thousands of Mexicans, while on the other, it allowed thousands more to come into the country to work.

    This is a perfect example of WHY HISTORY MATTERS

    Another Chapter in the Book of Revelations by Pearl Revere

    —————————————————————————

    Back to the Bracero historical Effect on Americas Hispanic Population

    The enormous manpower shortage was created by World War II.

    Dec. 7, 1941: The Japanese attack Pearl Harbor, pulling the United States into World War II.

    During World War II, the United States utilized all of its available resources. Men and women of all ages worked day and night in factories and the healthiest and strongest young people were DRAFTED and sent to the front lines.

    On September 16, 1940, the United States instituted the World War II. Selective Training and Service Act of 1940, which required all men between the ages of 21 and 45 to register for the draft. This was the first peacetime draft in United States’ history.

    May 1942: U.S. labor studies find that in the run-up to WWII and immediately after Pearl Harbor, 1 million rural workers have moved to the military and factory jobs in major U.S. cities. Farmers alert the U.S. federal government that they face harvest-time disasters if replacement workers are not brought in.

    The managed migration, an unprecedented and radical solution to America’s labor needs, prompted by the enormous manpower shortage created by World War II.

    July 4, 1942 the Bracero  program was established by FDR’s executive order

    The Bracero program was an agreement between the U.S. and Mexican governments that permitted Mexican citizens to take temporary agricultural work in the United States.

    Jan. 1, 1943: U.S. War Manpower Commission tells the State Department that the RAILROAD INDUSTRY faces a severe labor shortage, touching off talks with Mexico to expand the bracero program.

    Bracero History Archive | About

    braceroarchive.org/about

    On August 4, 1942 the United States concluded a temporary intergovernmental agreement for the use of Mexican agricultural labor on United States farms (officially referred to as the Mexican Farm Labor Program), and the influx of legal temporary Mexican workers began.

    ————————————————————————————-

    Over the Bracero program’s 22-year lifespan, 1942-1964 more than 4.5 million Mexican citizens were legally hired for work in the United States, primarily in Texas and California.

    Illegal Workers 1942-1964 Many Mexican workers who were not able to obtain permits chose to enter the U.S. illegally.†The number of illegal’s who entered the U.S. during the tenure of the Bracero  program was equal to or surpassed the number of braceros.

    1942-1964 The legal  bracero’s ( and illegal’s) converted the agricultural fields of America into the most productive in the planet.

    —————————————————–

    Americas  dependence on Bracero’s  Mexican labor 1942 -1964

    Dependence on Mexican labor has been a source of great opportunity as well as great conflict for Mexicans and Americans. In 1942, facing labor shortages caused by World War II, the United States initiated a series of agreements with Mexico to recruit Mexican men to work on U.S. farms and railroads. These agreements became known as the bracero program. (Bracero is a term used in Mexico for a manual laborer.)

    Between 1942 and 1964, an estimated two million Mexican men came to the United States on short-term labor contracts. A little-known chapter of American and Mexican history, the bracero program touched the lives of countless men, women, families, and communities. Both bitter and sweet, the bracero experience tells a story of exploitation but also of opportunity.
    ————————————————————

    These Demographics are worth a thousand words…

    PH_13.04.30_mexPop_360 | Pew Research Center – Pew Hispanic …

    www.pewhispanic.org/…demographic-portrait-of-mexican-origin-hispanics-in-the-uni…

    May 1, 2013 – A Demographic Portrait of Mexican-Origin Hispanics in the United States. PH_13.04.30_mexPop_360. Next → ← Previous. 1; 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8. Download. PH_13.04.30_mexPop_360. Embed.

    A Demographic Portrait of Mexican-Origin Hispanics in the United StatesPH_13.04.30_mexPop_360 PHC-2013-05-mexico-7

    ———————————————————————

    The story of exploitation but also of opportunity.

    Bracero Timeline – LatinAmericanStudies.org

    www.latinamericanstudies.org/immigration/bracero-timeline.htm

    Jan 27, 2002 – 1, 1943: U.S. War Manpower Commission tells the State Department that the railroad industry faces a severe labor shortage, touching off talks with Mexico to expand the bracero program. February 1943: Mexico suspends bracero recruiting, citing poor treatment of the 4,200 workers who had ventured north …

    Bracero Timeline

    Dec. 7, 1941: The Japanese attack Pearl Harbor, pulling the United States into World War II. A 1940 U.S. census counted 377,433 people born in Mexico.

    February 1942: U.S. and Mexican governments agree to begin formal talks leading to a guest-worker program.

    May 1942: U.S. labor studies find that in the run-up to WWII and immediately after Pearl Harbor, 1 million rural workers have moved to the military and factory jobs in major U.S. cities. Farmers alert the U.S. federal government that they face harvest-time disasters if replacement workers are not brought in.

    Aug. 24, 1942: U.S. and Mexico sign an executive agreement to recruit Mexican temporary workers for U.S. farms, with transportation and other costs to be borne by the U.S. government. Mexico refuses to allow workers to be recruited for Texas farmers because of a history of discrimination against Mexicans in the state. The U.S. promises that braceros will not be mistreated.

    Sept. 29, 1942: The first group of Mexican braceros reports for work in Stockton, Calif. Days after a celebratory picnic sponsored by local farmers, the braceros go on strike, complaining that the pay for harvest work is less than promised. Farmers relent and raise the pay.

    Jan. 1, 1943: U.S. War Manpower Commission tells the State Department that the RAILROAD INDUSTRY faces a severe labor shortage, touching off talks with Mexico to expand the bracero program.

    February 1943: Mexico suspends bracero recruiting, citing poor treatment of the 4,200 workers who had ventured north in the fall of 1942. The U.S. promises to improve conditions for braceros, and a new agreement is signed. In all of 1943, 53,000 braceros go to U.S. farms.

    May 14, 1943: 760 workers leave Mexico City by rail, bound for Texas, where they are assigned to work on various U.S. railways.

    June 21, 1943: The U.S. Office of Labor is established to monitor the bracero agreement.

    December 1943: The Mexican Labor Ministry reports that 76,184 men worked in the United States as braceros that year.

    Oct. 31, 1944: Mexican doctors finish physical examinations of 69,455 workers; 1944 ends with the highest number of wartime braceros north of the border – 118,182.

    February 1945: Mexican railroads report the heaviest monthly traffic of northbound braceros – 8,000.

    Sept. 2, 1945: Japan officially surrenders, ending World War II. At the time, more than 100,000 braceros are working in the U.S.

    Aug. 24, 1945: Last rail cars of Mexicans headed for railroad jobs cross into Texas. That part of the bracero program is suspended.

    September 1945: U.S. count shows that 300,000 Mexican men worked as braceros during World War II. Their total earnings during the war years were $228 million (in 1945 dollars).

    March 1946: U.S. farmers pressure the federal government to continue the agricultural portion of the bracero program, citing the loss of workers to postwar urban expansion, and increased food demands at home and around the world. At least 26,214 Mexicans work on U.S. farms in 1946.

    May 14, 1946: The U.S. Embassy in Mexico relays a U.S. State Department desire to discontinue the 10 percent wage deduction for braceros.

    Spring 1946: After four years of illegal recruiting of Mexican workers by Texas farmers, Mexico relents and allows braceros to officially work in the state. Mexico turns around and removes Idaho from the approved states, citing poor treatment of Mexicans in that state. The Idaho Legislature had created rules forcing braceros to stay on the job or face arrest and deportation – and forced, unpaid labor while awaiting trial.

    Spring 1947: U.S. and Mexico alter the bracero pact, dropping government recruiting in Mexico and turning that over to private farm interests, which would then venture to Mexico to hire workers.

    Feb. 6, 1947: Mexico’s Banco Nacional de Credito Agrícola, one of two principal holders of bracero savings, files an internal audit showing that 12 million pesos (about $4 million in 1947 dollars) – savings funds belonging to braceros – has instead been used to fund “day-to-day operations” of the bank. The audit does not say whether that money has been returned to braceros.

    February 1948: A new U.S.-Mexico bracero deal reinstates the 10 percent wage deduction.

    September 1948: Mexico reports about 20,000 braceros working in the United States.

    October 1948: The 10 percent wage deduction is once again suspended.

    1952 the McCarran-Walter Act (added Jan 21, 2018)

    Spring 1955: Ernesto Galarza, a former Pan-American Union official, publishes Strangers in Our Fields, a blistering account of how safeguards in bracero contracts were constantly violated.

    Summer 1959: Mr. Galarza and Cesar Chavez begin advocacy work in California bracero camps to expose poor living and working conditions. Bracero registry reaches its peak – 430,000 working in the United States.

    By the 60’s, an excess of “illegal” agricultural workers along with the introduction of the mechanical cotton harvester, destroyed the practicality and attractiveness of the bracero program

    Summer 1963: Labor Secretary Arthur Goldberg reflects the Kennedy administration’s dim view of the bracero program. That results in U.S. congressional action allowing just one more year of bracero recruiting.

    ———————————————————-

    The Bracero Program | GEOG 571: Intelligence Analysis, Cultural …

    https://www.e-education.psu.edu/geog571/node/289

    Although the U.S. government served as a labor broker for American employers, particularly farmers, by instituting the bracero program, there were never enough laborers to fill the demand. Many Mexicans soon learned that there would be work for almost anyone, and with few questions asked. In fact, many employers ...

    ————————————————————————-

    Click on the link below for a good read

    But, don’t let the liberal propaganda choke you up.

    The Bracero Program

    www.unco.edu/cohmlp/pdfs/bracero_program_powerpoint.pdf

    The Bracero Program. 1942-1964 … Bracero Agreement. □ On July 1942 the Bracero Program was established by executive order. □ It was enacted into Public Law 78 in 1951. □ The agreement was expected to be a temporary effort, lasting … existed and viewed the Bracero program as a way for the U.S. to obtain cheap …

    —————————————————

    Review of Cosecha Amarga/Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero …

    https://www.nps.gov/crmjournal/Winter2010/reviewexhibit1.html

    Cosecha Amarga/Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program, 1942-1964. The National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center. September 9, 2009-January 3, 2010. Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program, 1942-1964 is the result of a multi-institution collecting initiative begun by the National Museum of …


  • Senator Durkin the Democrats Game on DACA

    Senator Durkin (D)  said that, alleged that, President Trump said that, to stop Immigration reform legislation on DACA.  And, shut down the Government on Jan 19, 2018.

    Hmmm…“Senator Durbin has a history of misrepresenting what happens in White House meetings,” a statement Durbin had made in 2013

    —————————————————————————–

    JUNE 8, 2017

    Behind My Back | DACA a Game of Kick the Can?

    www.behindmyback.org/2017/09/07/daca-a-game-of-kick-the-can

    Kicking the DACA kids down the road for 16 Years? August 1, 2001 to June 8, 2017 Kicking the can from the 2001 Dream Act to DACA 2017

    ———————————————————————————-

    SEPT 5, 2017

     President Trump tweeted ” Congress, get ready to do your job – DACA!”

    ———————————————————

    Jan 15, 2018 I stand with President Trump

    “Honestly, I don’t think the Democrats want to make a deal,” he said “I think they talk about DACA, but they don’t want to help the DACA people.”

    Asked what was standing in the way of a deal, Trump said  Democrats. McCarthy said nothing. “I think we have a lot of sticking points, but they are all Democrat sticking points,” Trump said. “Because we are ready, willing and able to make a deal, but they don’t want to. They don’t want security at the border, there are people pouring in. They don’t want security at the border, they don’t want to stop the drugs. And they want to take money away from our military, which we will not do.”

    ————————————————————————————

    NOTE: Who knew?

    Senator Hatch (for himself and Senator Maria Cantwell) introduced the following bill

    Text – S.1291 – 107th Congress (2001-2002): DREAM Act | Congress …

    https://www.congress.gov/bill/107th-congress/senate-bill/1291/text

    IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES AUGUST 1, 2001 MR. HATCH (FOR HIMSELF AND MS. CANTWELL) INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING BILL; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary

    This legislation, S. 1291, was the first bill given the short title of “Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act” or “DREAM Act.”

    The Dream Act was first introduced in 2001 and has enjoyed broad bipartisan support, but has yet to pass into law.

    ——————————————————————————

    continued….

    Kicking the DACA kids down the road for 16 Years?

    August 1, 2001  to June 8, 2017

    Kicking the can from the 2001 Dream Act to DACA 2017

    In Politics Kicking the Can is defined as: to defer conclusive action, typically on a continuing basis (for 16 years), with a short-term solution.

    June 15, 2012 (FIVE YEARS AGO)  President Obama kicked the can again… with a short-term solution,

    Now, let’s be clear — this is not amnesty, this is not immunity.  This is not a path to citizenship.  It’s not a permanent fix.  This is a temporary stopgap measure…..

    June 15, 2012  President Obama, ” Precisely because this is temporary, Congress needs to act”.

    ——————————————————————

    Sept 5, 2017 President Trump tweeted ” Congress, get ready to do your job – DACA!”

    There’s a new Sheriff in WA DC, President Trump doesn’t Kick Cans, HE KICKS BUTT.

     A GREAT (R) QUOTE 2013

    “WE ALWAYS TALK ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT WE’RE GOING TO KICK THE CAN DOWN THE ROAD.

    Hmmm. 2013-2017,  I THINK THE MOOD IS THAT WE’VE COME TO THE END OF THE ROAD.”

    —————————————————————————-

    August 3, 2017According to CNN Approval of congress is at an all time low, In a new poll, Congress sank to a 10% approval rating. This compares to an 18% approval rating in March.

    THE U.S. CONGRESS HAS A DOCUMENTED HISTORY OF KICKING CANS DOWN THE ROAD.

    SEPT 7, 2017  I THINK THE MOOD IS THAT WE’VE COME TO THE END OF THE ROAD.”

    ————————————————————————————–

    TO MAKE A LONG, LONG KICK THE CAN STORY LONGER…..

    DREAM Act – Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DREAM_Act

    The DREAM Act is an American legislative proposal for a multi-phase process for qualifying alien minors in the United States that …. was the first bill given the short title of “Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act” or “DREAM …

    Requirements · ‎Background · ‎Legislative history · ‎2009

    The DREAM Act (acronym for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act) is an American legislative proposal for a multi-phase process for qualifying alien minors in the United States that would first grant conditional residency and, upon meeting further qualifications, permanent residency.

    The bill was first introduced in the Senate on August 1, 2001, S. 1291 by United States Senators Dick Durbin (DIllinois) and Orrin Hatch (RUtah), and has since been reintroduced several times (see legislative history) but has failed to pass.[1][2]

    ————————————————————

    TO MAKE THE DACA DOCUMENTED STORY MORE CONFUSING

    This is the nearly indecipherable government chart data

    ——————————————————————————

    Data Set: Form I-821D Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals | USCIS

    https://www.uscis.gov/…/immigration…data/data-set-form-i-821d-deferred-action-chil…

    Data Set: Form I-821D Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals … Data as of December 31, 2016 …. Settling in the U.S.Immigration and Citizenship Data …

    Data as of March 31, 2017 Published June 8, 2017

    Data Set: Form I-821D Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

    This report contains information on requests for consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals. The cumulative number of requests accepted for processing, biometrics appointments scheduled, requests ready for review and requests completed to-date are displayed.

    The report is available in Adobe pdf file format.

    Fiscal Year 2017, 2nd Quarter

    Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Process (Through Fiscal Year 2017, 2nd Qtr) (PDF, 457 KB)

    ————————————————————————————–

    BELOW IS A GREAT USER FRIENDLY WEBSITE ON DACA, THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE AND WHY… CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW AND CHECK OUT THE CHARTS

    Who are the Dreamers and where do they live — Quartz

    https://qz.com/1069844/who-are-the-dreamers-and-where-do-they-live/

    2 days ago – (Sept 5, 2017) Dreamers live in every US state and don’t just come from Mexico … DONALD TRUMP’S ADMINISTRATION HAS JUST ANNOUNCED IT WILL REPEAL THE …

    ——————————————————————————–

    WHO ARE THE DREAMERS? WHERE DID THEY COME FROM? HOW MANY DACA RECIPIENTS ARE THERE?

    Mexico accounts for the vast majority of these 800,000 recipients. It is the country of origin for more than 618,000—over 20 times more than the next biggest contributor, El Salvador.

    That still leaves close to 200,000 non-Mexicans, and they come from all over the world. The sixth-largest contributing country of origin is South Korea; India and Poland are also among the top countries.

    DACA recipients by top countries of origin (excluding Mexico)

    Approval as of March 2017

    ——————————————————————————-

    WHERE ARE THE DACA RECIPIENTS? WHAT STATES DO THEY LIVE IN?

    DACA recipients by state

    Share of the state population

    DACA recipients also live in every state in the country. They are mostly concentrated in California and Texas, which together are home to about 350,000 of the 800,000. And even though those two states have large overall populations, Dreamers there represent the largest percentages of any state populations—0.57% in California and 0.45% in Texas. Vermont has the lowest absolute number of DACA recipients, with just 42.

    CLICK ON THE QUARTZ LINK ABOVE CHECK OUT THE CHARTS

    OR FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, BELOW, I TYPED OUT THE DACA  DATA ON THE STATE CHART.

     IT’S  A GOOD INDICATION OF WHERE THE STATES WITH THE LARGEST POPULATION OF DACA RECIPIENTS WILL STAGE AND HAVE THE BIGGEST PROTESTS IN OPPOSITION TO TRUMP’S DACA REPEAL.

    WHEN IT COMES TO DACA PROTESTS (IN FACT ANY LIBERAL(D) PROTESTS) A STATES BIG CITIES POPULATION, COLOR  AND POLITICS IN (D) BLUE STATES ARE PREDICTABLE.

    AND MORE LIBERAL MELTDOWNS ARE SURE TO COME period

    —————————————————————————

    SO WHAT’S NEW WITH THE LIBERAL (D) PROTESTORS?

    NOT MUCH…

    PREDICTABLE PROTESTS BROKE OUT ACROSS THE COUNTRY on Tuesday after the president’s decision to rescind the Obama-era program that gave around 800,000 young undocumented immigrants temporary protection from deportation.

    PREDICTABLE Protests have already broken out across the country—just hours after the Trump administration’s decision—AND MORE ARE SURE TO COME.

    ———————————————————————-

    AND THE IRONY IS

    AFTER KICKING THE DACA KIDS DOWN THE ROAD FOR 16 YEARS

    THE DEMOCRATS SAY PRESIDENT TRUMP IS CRUEL

    ——————————————————————————–

    WHERE WILL LIBERAL (D) DACA PROTESTORS BE  PROTESTING?

    IN EXACTLY THE SAME BLUE (D) BIG CITIES AND STATES WHERE LIBERAL PROTESTORS PREDICTABLY ALWAYS PROTEST

    DACA RECIPIENTS BY PERCENTAGE OF STATE POPULATION SHALL PREDICTABLY PROTEST

    BLUE (D)  CALIFORNIA 0.57%

    RED (R) TEXAS  0.45%

    BLUE (D)  NEVADA 0.44%

    RED (R) ARIZONA 0.44%

    BLUE (D)  ILLNOIS 0.33%

    BLUE (D)  NEW MEXICO 0.33%

    RED (R) UTAH 0.32%

    BLUE (D) COLORADO 0.31%

    RED (R) NORTH CAROLINA 0.27%

    BLUE (D) NEW JERSEY 0.25%

    BLUE (D) WASHINGTON STATE 0.24%

    BLUE (D)  OREGON 0.24%

    RED (R) GEORGIA 0.23%

    RED (R) KANSAS 0.23%

    BLUE (D) NEW YORK 0.21%

    ———————————————————-

    PLEASE CLICK ON  GREAT QUARTZ WEBSITE ABOVE , THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE AND WHY OF THE DREAMERS …

    https://qz.com/1069844/who-are-the-dreamers-and-where-do-they-live/

    President Obama was a dreamer, He had dreams from his father

    This entry was posted in A message to congress, A PREDICTABLE game, American Children are our Future, FACTS are troublesome things, From Dreamers to DACA, God Bless President TRUMP, In God We Trust, In Trump We Shall Prevail, Learning From History?, SIMPLY PUT, Trump has Options, TRUMP IS PRESIDENT.

    —————————————————————–

    To be continued….

    Dream Act of 2017 Introduced With Bipartisanship in the Senate …

    immigrationimpact.com/2017/07/20/dream-act-introduced-senate/

    Jul 20, 2017 – The bipartisan Dream Act of 2017 was just introduced by Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Richard Durbin (D-IL) in the U.S. Senate. The bill provides legal status, as well as a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrant youth who entered the United States before the age of 18. The Dream Act, if …

    Dream Act 2017: Summary and Answers to Frequently Asked …

    https://www.nilc.org › … › Immigration Reform and Executive Actions › DREAM Act

    Nov 28, 2017 – On July 20, 2017, Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Dick Durbin (D-IL), Jeff Flake (R-AZ), and Chuck Schumer (D-NY) introduced the Dream Act of 2017.[1] It is a bipartisan bill that would provide a direct road to U.S. citizenship for people who are either undocumented, have DACA or temporary protected status (TPS), and …


  • DACA a Game of Kick the Can?

    Kicking the DACA kids down the road for 16 Years?

    August 1, 2001  to June 8, 2017

    Kicking the can from the 2001 Dream Act to DACA 2017

    In Politics Kicking the Can is defined as: to defer conclusive action, typically on a continuing basis (for 16 years), with a short-term solution.

    June 15, 2012 (FIVE YEARS AGO)  President Obama kicked the can again… with a short-term solution,

    Now, let’s be clear — this is not amnesty, this is not immunity.  This is not a path to citizenship.  It’s not a permanent fix.  This is a temporary stopgap measure…..

    June 15, 2012  President Obama, ” Precisely because this is temporary, Congress needs to act”.

    ——————————————————————

    Sept 5, 2017 President Trump tweeted ” Congress, get ready to do your job – DACA!”

    There’s a new Sheriff in WA DC, President Trump doesn’t Kick Cans, HE KICKS BUTT.

     A GREAT (R) QUOTE 2013

    “WE ALWAYS TALK ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT WE’RE GOING TO KICK THE CAN DOWN THE ROAD.

    Hmmm. 2013-2017,  I THINK THE MOOD IS THAT WE’VE COME TO THE END OF THE ROAD.”

    —————————————————————————-

    August 3, 2017According to CNN Approval of congress is at an all time low, In a new poll, Congress sank to a 10% approval rating. This compares to an 18% approval rating in March.

    THE U.S. CONGRESS HAS A DOCUMENTED HISTORY OF KICKING CANS DOWN THE ROAD.

    SEPT 7, 2017  I THINK THE MOOD IS THAT WE’VE COME TO THE END OF THE ROAD.”

    ————————————————————————————–

    TO MAKE A LONG, LONG KICK THE CAN STORY LONGER…..

    DREAM Act – Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DREAM_Act

    The DREAM Act is an American legislative proposal for a multi-phase process for qualifying alien minors in the United States that …. was the first bill given the short title of “Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act” or “DREAM …

    Requirements · ‎Background · ‎Legislative history · ‎2009

    The DREAM Act (acronym for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act) is an American legislative proposal for a multi-phase process for qualifying alien minors in the United States that would first grant conditional residency and, upon meeting further qualifications, permanent residency.

    The bill was first introduced in the Senate on August 1, 2001, S. 1291 by United States Senators Dick Durbin (DIllinois) and Orrin Hatch (RUtah), and has since been reintroduced several times (see legislative history) but has failed to pass.[1][2]

    ————————————————————

    TO MAKE THE DACA DOCUMENTED STORY MORE CONFUSING

    This is the nearly indecipherable government chart data

    ——————————————————————————

    Data Set: Form I-821D Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals | USCIS

    https://www.uscis.gov/…/immigration…data/data-set-form-i-821d-deferred-action-chil…

    Data Set: Form I-821D Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals … Data as of December 31, 2016 …. Settling in the U.S.Immigration and Citizenship Data …

    Data as of March 31, 2017 Published June 8, 2017

    Data Set: Form I-821D Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

    This report contains information on requests for consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals. The cumulative number of requests accepted for processing, biometrics appointments scheduled, requests ready for review and requests completed to-date are displayed.

    The report is available in Adobe pdf file format.

    Fiscal Year 2017, 2nd Quarter

    Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Process (Through Fiscal Year 2017, 2nd Qtr) (PDF, 457 KB)

    ————————————————————————————–

    BELOW IS A GREAT USER FRIENDLY WEBSITE ON DACA, THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE AND WHY… CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW AND CHECK OUT THE CHARTS

    Who are the Dreamers and where do they live — Quartz

    https://qz.com/1069844/who-are-the-dreamers-and-where-do-they-live/

    2 days ago – (Sept 5, 2017) Dreamers live in every US state and don’t just come from Mexico … DONALD TRUMP’S ADMINISTRATION HAS JUST ANNOUNCED IT WILL REPEAL THE …

    ——————————————————————————–

    WHO ARE THE DREAMERS? WHERE DID THEY COME FROM? HOW MANY DACA RECIPIENTS ARE THERE?

    Mexico accounts for the vast majority of these 800,000 recipients. It is the country of origin for more than 618,000—over 20 times more than the next biggest contributor, El Salvador.

    That still leaves close to 200,000 non-Mexicans, and they come from all over the world. The sixth-largest contributing country of origin is South Korea; India and Poland are also among the top countries.

    DACA recipients by top countries of origin (excluding Mexico)

    Approval as of March 2017

    ——————————————————————————-

    WHERE ARE THE DACA RECIPIENTS? WHAT STATES DO THEY LIVE IN?

    DACA recipients by state

    Share of the state population

    DACA recipients also live in every state in the country. They are mostly concentrated in California and Texas, which together are home to about 350,000 of the 800,000. And even though those two states have large overall populations, Dreamers there represent the largest percentages of any state populations—0.57% in California and 0.45% in Texas. Vermont has the lowest absolute number of DACA recipients, with just 42.

    CLICK ON THE QUARTZ LINK ABOVE CHECK OUT THE CHARTS

    OR FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, BELOW, I TYPED OUT THE DACA  DATA ON THE STATE CHART.

     IT’S  A GOOD INDICATION OF WHERE THE STATES WITH THE LARGEST POPULATION OF DACA RECIPIENTS WILL STAGE AND HAVE THE BIGGEST PROTESTS IN OPPOSITION TO TRUMP’S DACA REPEAL.

    WHEN IT COMES TO DACA PROTESTS (IN FACT ANY LIBERAL(D) PROTESTS) A STATES BIG CITIES POPULATION, COLOR  AND POLITICS IN (D) BLUE STATES ARE PREDICTABLE.

    AND MORE LIBERAL MELTDOWNS ARE SURE TO COME period

    —————————————————————————

    SO WHAT’S NEW WITH THE LIBERAL (D) PROTESTORS?

    NOT MUCH…

    PREDICTABLE PROTESTS BROKE OUT ACROSS THE COUNTRY on Tuesday after the president’s decision to rescind the Obama-era program that gave around 800,000 young undocumented immigrants temporary protection from deportation.

    PREDICTABLE Protests have already broken out across the country—just hours after the Trump administration’s decision—AND MORE ARE SURE TO COME.

    ———————————————————————-

    AND THE IRONY IS

    AFTER KICKING THE DACA KIDS DOWN THE ROAD FOR 16 YEARS

    THE DEMOCRATS SAY PRESIDENT TRUMP IS CRUEL

    ——————————————————————————–

    WHERE WILL LIBERAL (D) DACA PROTESTORS BE  PROTESTING?

    IN EXACTLY THE SAME BLUE (D) BIG CITIES AND STATES WHERE LIBERAL PROTESTORS PREDICTABLY ALWAYS PROTEST

    DACA RECIPIENTS BY PERCENTAGE OF STATE POPULATION SHALL PREDICTABLY PROTEST

    BLUE (D)  CALIFORNIA 0.57%

    RED (R) TEXAS  0.45%

    BLUE (D)  NEVADA 0.44%

    RED (R) ARIZONA 0.44%

    BLUE (D)  ILLNOIS 0.33%

    BLUE (D)  NEW MEXICO 0.33%

    RED (R) UTAH 0.32%

    BLUE (D) COLORADO 0.31%

    RED (R) NORTH CAROLINA 0.27%

    BLUE (D) NEW JERSEY 0.25%

    BLUE (D) WASHINGTON STATE 0.24%

    BLUE (D)  OREGON 0.24%

    RED (R) GEORGIA 0.23%

    RED (R) KANSAS 0.23%

    BLUE (D) NEW YORK 0.21%

    ———————————————————-

    PLEASE CLICK ON  GREAT QUARTZ WEBSITE ABOVE , THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE AND WHY OF THE DREAMERS …

    https://qz.com/1069844/who-are-the-dreamers-and-where-do-they-live/

    President Obama was a dreamer, He had dreams from his father