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A few interesting immigration stories making headlines today


- Samoan offensive lineman abandons University of Georgia for University of Central Florida due to Georgia's new law forcing colleges to become immigration enforcement agents


- "Self-deportation" is a term that actually started as a joke (still sort of is)


- Moronic argument that Marco Rubio is ineligible to be Veep because he's not a "natural born" citizen (because his parents were not citizens when Rubio was born in Miami)


- CBP officers completely misread two British visitors' Twitter posts with less than hilarious results


- New study shows Alabama's anti-immigration law could cost state $10 billion (ha!)

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  1. George Chell's Avatar
    Proves one thing...Farah is treating non-white population whether GOP or Democrats the same. In other words, he is fair and he is a racist! And the GOP is full of white people who think like Farah, ie., racists.
  2. JC's Avatar
    The link for article about Twitter takes you to another link of a NY Times article concerning issues in Pomona College.
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