The 1980 debate between Reagan and Bush compared to the GOP primary debates in 2011 is flabbergasting.
Rick Perry’s position on immigration-related issues could be a problem for the same conservatives who have been getting behind him.
Many of the clergy in Alabama are not happy with the state’s new immigration law.
Under new policies, deportation efforts will be concentrated on people who pose a threat to society. It’s a sensible policy, so of course it’s being denounced.
Illegal immigration from Mexico is down substantially, and it has nothing to do with all those anti-immigration laws.
A new Georgia immigration law is causing serious problems for Georgia’s farmers.
In addition to Alabama, we can also have Georgia on ours minds on the ongoing immigration debate.
The state of Arizona is seeking donations for construction of the border fence.
It took Andrew Sullivan 18 years to get his request for Permanent Resident status approved. That’s just absurd.
Haley Barbour is making all the moves toward a 2012 Presidential run, but his stand on immigration issues could pose a problem in the Republican primaries.
While illegal immigration in the United States remains enormous, it has dropped considerably over the last three years.
Two Senators are proposing a Constitutional Amendment to redefine what it means to be an American citizen.
Anti-Immigrant groups are beginning their assault on the 14th Amendment, but don’t expect it to go anywhere.
UCSD grad student Mark Farrales is a good example of why something like the DREAM Act has merit.
Senate Democrats cancel vote on DREAM Act, meaning the immigration measure is likely dead for the year.
The 9th Circuit has struck down an Arizona law requiring people to show proof of citizenship to vote. No, this doesn’t open the floodgates to illegal alien voting.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel declare multiculturalism in Germany to be a “failure.” Proof that anti-immigration activists in the United States are correct, right?
Both Congress and the Obama Administration have stepped up enforcement of immigration laws–at immense cost to both the budget and the courts.
The idea that we are in the middle of an illegal immigration crisis is not supported by the evidence.
An obscure U.N. human rights report has become the latest political outrage of the day in the battle over Arizona’s controversial immigration law.