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S. An early draft of the memos reported by the Associated Press called for the mobilization of up to 100,000 National Guard troops for immigration enforcement, though that was not included in these memos. But the memos do make clear that the Department considers any and every undocumented immigrant that crosses paths with enforcement officials to be eligible for removal, a vast shift from Obama Administration policy, which prioritized the removal of criminals and threats to national security. Homeland Security will also expand the list of immigrants who are subject to speedy removal from the U.S. when caught crossing the border illegally. The memos also allow agents to send people who cross from Mexico and Canada back to either nation, regardless of their home country. While the Trump Administration has made clear it will be tough on immigrants caught in the U.
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Granted, its the Roadster model that just broke cover last week, but the coupe is nothing to sneeze at either given that its already sold out. More importantly, Toronto hosted the global debut of the Aston Martin AM-RB 001 hypercar. Built in cooperation with Red Bull Racing, the AM-RB 001 promises to revolutionize the supercar market through it state-of-the-art, F1- based technology and 1:1 power-to-weight ratio. Sure, the unit on display is still some sort of prototype and the drivetrain is likely missing, but its almost shocking that Aston Martin chose to introduce it in Canada. It goes to show that car events can be full of surprises. And, while Chicago was of the unfortunate variety due to its large number of near standard cars dubbed as special edition, Toronto is a show worth traveling for. Photo Credit: Andrew Clement
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Until now, the enforcement of summary deportation laws, known as expedited removal, have been limited to those apprehended within 14 days of illegally entering the country and within 100 miles of Canada or Mexico. The memos signed by Kelly would allow use of those laws anywhere in the country against anyone who entered illegally within the past two years. Lucas Guttentag, a DHS adviser and Stanford law professor, said this would unleash chaos, violate due process, and meet challenges in court, similar to those that scuttled the administration's travel ban. There would also be aggressive challenges, lawyers said, to plans that would allow immigration agents to deport unaccompanied minor children who crossed the border illegally, rather than uniting them with parents or other relatives in the U.S. They also expect legal opposition to a proposal that would strip undocumented immigrants of existing privacy protections, allowing personal information such as asylum cases or immigration violations to be publicly disclosed.
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The petition: Canada's military mission to Ukraine expires in March. For several reasons, it shouldn't be renewed. First, the present Ukrainian government, installed in a coup orchestrated by Washington, isn't worthy of our support. According to the BBC, former US...