Ideas. Action. Results.
Immigration in the State of the Union, the potential migratory impacts of the presidential election in El Salvador, and the case of Grammy-nominated rapper 21 Savage.
The history of humanitarian crises at our borders, the new migrant caravan and update on the previous one, and what we predict from the State of the Union on immigration.
Special episode featuring a conversation between Theresa Brown and Alan Bersin, former DHS official, CBP Commissioner, and US-Mexico and border expert.
This week we cover the clash at the U.S.-Mexico border over Thanksgiving weekend, the rumored “Remain in Mexico” deal, and the potential government shutdown.
Midterm election results, the outlook of divided government, news updates, and the recent ouster of Jeff Sessions and rumored departures of Kirstjen Nielsen and John Kelly.
The 2018 midterm elections. How Trump’s messaging on the migrant caravan shaped the Republicans’ strategy, the Democrats’ approach, and trends to watch on election night.
New family separation measures being considered, Kevin McCarthy’s House bill, the upcoming appropriations battle, the new NAFTA, and marijuana legalization in Canada.
This week we discuss the DHS inspector general’s critical report on the Zero Tolerance Policy, the tent city shelter in Texas, and the proposed “public charge rule.”
We celebrate our 25th episode by revisiting some of our greatest hits and past topics that are due for an update.
The latest in efforts to reunite families, the proposed “public charge” rule, non-citizens’ use of public benefits, and why Sessions has moved to curtail continuances.