The Republican Party is hurting itself by taking immigration reform off the table.
From Our Editors and Writers
How the system beat him, and how he responded.
The time has arrived for President Obama and Congress to take immediate action on comprehensive, humane immigration reform.
Republican presidential candidates can rail all they want against food stamps, but for millions of Americans who, at no fault of their own, have had to rely on them to feed themselves and their families, the simple reality is this: The private sector left them stranded; only government assistance has kept them fed.
Romney’s hostile stance against even immigrant children who arrived here when they were very young does not sit well with Latinos, to say the least.
To be a real champ, Obama now needs to end the tax cuts for the rich, withdraw all troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, and get the DREAM Act passed.
It’s a crime to write these kids off. We must do more so that every kid in America has the opportunity to succeed academically.
Republicans managed to defeat the DREAM Act, but it’s a victory that will haunt them.
Instead of dealing with appalling unemployment figures, high home foreclosure rates and lack of credit for small businesses, Republicans are targeting the most vulnerable population in this country: undocumented immigrants.
Forty years ago, workers in the United States won a great victory.
On July 29, 1970, the United Farm Workers of America (UFW) ended its successful grape boycott when the growers agreed to sign the first contract with the union.
It took him more than a year to discard the fantasy of bipartisanship on health care reform, even though the Republicans obstructed him every step of the way and showed no interest in meaningful compromise. Their goal, all along, has been to make him fail.