"Suspect in two Texas killings, kidnapping had been deported three times"
Connection: This can be related to the formation of the US Border Patrol in 1924 that established a weak and flawed border protection agency that did little to ensure security. It can also be related to the Immigration act of 1990, which was an attempt to have greater border protection. In modern days, the most obvious connection is to the 2016 presidential race, which features candidates with very heated positions about immigration.
How might both Trump and Hillary use this event to argue for their immigration policies?
How can stereotypes be motivators?
Do you believe deportation to be an effective tool?
If not, how else should the US deal with illegal immigrants who commit crimes?