Sanctuary County

On each side of the political spectrum, one need not look too long, before finding an American that proudly perpetuates the romantic view of the U.S. melting pot. There is no arguing that the social and economic infrastructure of the U.S. was built by an international coalition of immigrants, some arriving to find better economic and social opportunity, some as refugees, and some against their will. The history of the United States is also a history of international human migration. Continue reading