According to the Toledo Blade News Services, The Trump Administration said it is ending special protections for Salvadoran immigrants, which will force 200,000 people out of America by Sept., 2019. Salvadorans have had special protection here since earthquakes struck their country in 2001. What’s more, the article noted that in the last decade many Salvadorans entered the U.S. illegally also fleeing extreme abject poverty and extreme violence in their country. So… We’re going to send these people back into that? Yesterday I was reading a book titled: Calvin Coolidge (The Quiet President). Part of it read: “To Coolidge the development of character was the highest ideal, for on it depended the achievement of other ideals: service, justice, spirituality…” Okay… Where would sending these Salvadorans back into the horror of cartel violence and extreme poverty match up with any of the latter qualities? And what does that say about the ‘character’ of our current president — and the populace that elected him in regard to, for instance, their paradigm around immigration? Just askin’. For a look at our paradigm around Hispanic immigration from places like El Salvador, see..