And now, a word about ICE

Back in 2003 the Department of Homeland Security was established by combining several agencies from other U.S. departments under one overarching umbrella. The thinking was that placing all of these disparate agencies under one department would somehow make such activities related to homeland security, such as intelligence gathering and enforcement of border security, more efficient and effective.


Asian Americans face fewer penalties in college admissions; studies show

Where do Asian Americans stand when it comes to race and higher education?

This question is driving much of the news coverage related to race and college admissions now that Students for Fair Admissions, led by Edward Blum, a conservative activist who has also advocated rolling back voting rights for minority voters, is suing Harvard University for discrimination against Asian Americans.