Originally published in the NY Times Opinion, written by Nicholas Kristoff To understand why President Trump’s new sanctions and other flailing to end Central American immigration aren’t working, step into the dark, melancholy hovel of Ana Jorge Jorge. She lives in Guatemala’s western highlands in the hillside village of Canquintic, near the town of Nentón, and she’s a widow because of the American dream. Her husband, Mateo Gómez Tadeo, borrowed thousands of dollars and migrated…