Napolitano: Reform would help border enforceme

Stalled efforts toward comprehensive immigration reform are about more than providing a clear path to citizenship for illegal border crossers, the chief of U.S. domestic security said Monday. Full Story »

Posted by Geoffrey Hutchinson - via Google News (Immigration)

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Farah Amezcua
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by Farah Amezcua - Oct. 29, 2010

This article did not explain the complexities of the issue. The only person quoted was the formed governor of Arizona who is now the Secretary of Homeland security, Napolitano. The article did not really offer an in-depth view of the issue. The only fault line I could find was probably generation. And this was because there was a lot of talk about new technology, and that it is the 21st century. It mostly focused on how Napolitano wanted to have more immigration reform, and her points in supporting that. The article actually helped me see what anti-immigrant politicians are talking about and how they think they will impose anti-immigrant laws. It might impact the public in the way that people might be either appalled by Napolitano or will have their opinions and beliefs reinforced. It just depends on whether the reader is for or against immigration reform. There was a cross cultural element to this story but only because it was about immigration, but it did not actually talk about other races in specific.

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