Wiki and DACA

 In its article about itself, Wikipedia writes: Wikipedia must not take sides. All opinions and viewpoints, if attributable to external sources, must enjoy an appropriate share of coverage within an article. This is known as neutral point of view (NPOV). Exactly how does this policy work out in practice? Take one of the currently most controversial subjects of the day, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Under this policy, in the name of “prosecutorial discretion,” more than a million illegal immigrants -- ones who, prior to the magic year of 2007, were under 16 when they illegally entered the U.S. -- were given “temporary” legal status. (Lasting, in theory, apparently, only until such time as immigration authorities had finished their business with higher priority illegal immigrants (such as those minors who illegally entered the U.S. after the magic year of 2007.) In its entry on DACA, Wikipedia devotes one section to its impact,...(Read Full Article)