Justin B. Fung

Tag: immigration

Back in the District

Got back to DC last Thursday. Leave for Illinois next Tuesday. That’s the news for now, folks. Though there may/will be news coming … P.S. In non-me-related news, the Senate Republicans united to defeat a cloture motion that would allow the Defense Authorization bill, including the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal and the DREAM Act; […]

Asian-American History: 10 Facts

Asian-American history doesn’t get taught much in schools (and probably even less so in Texas), but May is Asian-American Heritage Month (in case you didn’t already know). And Jenn Fang has compiled ten facts you may not know about Asian-American history. Here are the first five: The first Asians whose arrival in America was documented […]

Irony on the issue of immigration

I can’t even remember where I found this, but it was from 2006, back when the last immigration reform debate was rumbling away. Enjoy:

A new day: immigration and health care

I really ought to be going to sleep right now–I’ve been up since early this morning, and need to be up in just a few hours again for work. But I thought it’d be best to get my thoughts down while the figurative iron is still hot. A lot has happened in the last twenty-four […]

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