Tag Archives: Americans

What Are the Legal Pathways for Central Americans to Enter the U.S.?

The conventional wisdom about immigration suggests that the migrants arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border are cheating the system, “skipping the line” or otherwise blatantly breaking the rules. The United States is a country of laws, the thinking goes, and hopeful … Continue reading

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More Americans Are Dying Out of Hospital

By some measures, end of life care in the United States is improving, according to a new robust JAMA study by Joan Teno and colleagues. Patients who died in an acute care hospital2000  33%2015  20% Deaths in a home or … Continue reading

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Asian Americans need to wise up and end our blind loyalty to the Democratic Party

The Harvard scandal contains a lot of takeaways, but here’s the one I hope sticks with my fellow Asian Americans: It’s time for us to end our blind loyalty to the Democratic Party and support instead politicians who will promote … Continue reading

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Asian-Americans, Older Americans Seek Non-Discriminatory College Admissions

An assault on the concept of “diversity” in college admissions is underway, this time by Asian Americans and older Americans. A group called Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) recently filed a brief in U.S. District Court of Massachusetts seeking immediate … Continue reading

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Guest Editorial: Yes, Native Americans and Patents Do Go Together

Guest post by Michael Gulliford.  Mr. Gulliford is an advisor to the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe and the Founder of Soryn IP Group, a patent advisory and finance firm headquartered in New York City. Native Americans and patents don’t make … Continue reading

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