Daily Dispatch 11/14/18


Read more about InAlienable.
Support the InAlienable program!


InAlienable
Daily Dispatch

November 14, 2018


Top Stories:

New study points to rapid decline in food stamps due to Trump’s “public charge” rule. Boston Medical Center’s Children’s HealthWatch observed a 10% drop in enrollments in the first half of 2018.

United States only UN nation to oppose UNHCR resolution on refugees. From US economic ambassador: “We regret that the resolution before us today contains elements that run directly counter to my government’s sovereign interests.”

Contracts:

Big Brother lands in a traffic light near you, as ICE contracts with Houston’s Cowboy Streetlight Concealments to install hidden surveillance cameras in several Texas cities.

ICE posts solicitation for 1,200 “Stack-A-Bunk” plastic bunk beds for its Florence, El Paso, Port Isabel, Miami, and Batavia detention centers. Mother Jones describes the units as “human-sized pieces of plastic that allow jailers to do the bare minimum needed to comply with the law,” characterizing it as akin to “sleeping on Tupperware.”

These Guys:

Former ICE boss, Thomas Homan, rumored to be next DHS Secretary once Nielsen is out, eliciting this response from one former ICE official:

Scott Lloyd, head of the Office of Refugees and Resettlement at HHS (the agency that lost track of 3,000+ immigrant children over the past year), is preparing an anti-abortion book – ‘cuz if anyone knows how to make decisions about other people’s kids, it’s this guy:


Read more about InAlienable.
Support the InAlienable program!


Leave a comment

Contact Us

  • Quixote Center
    7307 Baltimore Ave.
    Ste 214
    College Park, MD 20740
  • Office: 301-699-0042
    Email: info@quixote.org

Direction to office:

For driving: From Baltimore Ave (Route 1) towards University of Maryland, turn right onto Hartwick Rd. Turn immediate right in the office complex.

Look for building 7307. We are located on the 2nd floor.

For public transportation: We are located near the College Park metro station (green line)