Saturday Link Love: Deportation, Homeschooling, and the TSA

Saturday Link Love: Deportation, Homeschooling, and the TSA February 11, 2017

Saturday Link Love is a new feature where I collect and post links to various articles I’ve come upon over the past week. Feel free to share any interesting articles you’ve come along as well! The more the merrier.

Jackie Rayos-Garcia Tells About the Deportation of Her Mother, Guadalupe García de Rayos, on Teen Vogue—“On Wednesday, immigration authorities detained her mom, Guadalupe García de Rayos, who goes by Lupita. By Thursday morning, Lupita was deported to Mexico.”

Why Sanctuary Cities Are Safer, on NPR—“But the available data on crime, immigration, and safety in cities does not support the premise for the president’s actions.”

Reactionary Homeschooling, on Coalition for Responsible Home Education—“At CRHE, we sometimes receive questions from individuals planning in advance to homeschool. Sometimes … they plan to homeschool because … they disagree with the education policies of the state or nation.”

Shoker! Rediculous chocker Trump attaks and dishoners English with ever-dimmer spellings, on Washington Post—“The English language was unprepared for the attak. It was destined to loose. And, inevitably, it chocked.”

And Then the Breitbart Lynch Mob Came for Me, on Foreign Policy—“Sometimes I wonder who they are, these people who spend their free time sending vitriolic messages to strangers.”

The TSA’s Bad Science Revealed, on Skepchick—“Not only was there no convincing scientific evidence to be found in the TSA’s files, but the ACLU found that the TSA has been lying to Congress claiming the opposite in order to continue getting funding.”

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