I tried to bring up issues other than immigration today on this board, but the WNYC censors were out in force today deleting my questions on the racial and cultural aspects of this discussion. Censorship is so sad and ugly.
Great speaker on issues affecting Hispanics. Please include more information on this large and growing group within the US, NYC metro area. We have more issues than immigration.
Why should the president be bi-lingual? Why does he have to adapt? Other than political reasons, I think everyone has to follow the laws of the land they inhabit, whatever the country and here english is a first language for most.
That is one of the biggest drawbacks, the fees involved in become legal immigrant costs thousands of dollars today. It's outrageously expensive for most people who come here.
That is one of the biggest drawbacks the fees involved in become legal immigrant costs thousands of dollars today. It's outrageously expensive for most people who come here.
My comment was not about Israel and you know that. Please do not attempt to diminish my views by making stuff up. Of course, when you delete my relevant post, you can then represent the post as saying anything you want. I am confused as to why some posters are allowed to post questions but I am not. That is sad.
Why are the boards open early if you do not want people posting early? That is silly. I also don't see anything in the WNYC rules against posting polite questions on an open board.
I run a board and If do not want people posting, I would simply close the board. It isn't difficult. I can help you with that if you want. Of course, I never close the board to posters except when curse words are used.
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