Over the last 20 years, there has been perhaps no issue more emotional, fraught, and hard to fix than immigration. There have been many brief periods where it looked like the stars were aligning for a solution. All have disintegrated into bickering and political backlash.
On Trump's signature issue, voters overwhelmingly trust Hillary Clinton over him.
The GOP's crusade against illegal immigration is not only cruel and impractical, but it is also largely a "solution" in search of a problem.
On a 237-190 vote, the Republican controlled U.S. House has voted to undo president Obama's executive order on immigration.
During Wednesday's broadcast of MSNBC's The Ed Show, Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) discussed the recent protests in Murrieta, CA surrounding the transport of undocumented immigrants to a processing center in the city.
On Wednesday, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA), released a letter to the press that he had sent to the White House earlier in the day. The letter demanded that Obama start deporting DREAMers.
A year ago Friday marked the one year anniversary since the Senate passed a comprehensive immigration reform bill with bipartisan support. It still sits in seemingly permanent limbo in the House.
During the broadcast of her radio show Tuesday, Laura Ingraham had Rep. Raul Labrador (R-ID) on to discuss his attempt to succeed Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) as House Majority Leader. They ended up butting heads over immigration.
A poll released Tuesday by the Public Religion Research Institute shows that a large majority of Americans support a path to citizenship for immigrants who are in the United States illegally.
"The purpose of this event is to spark a campus-wide discussion about the issue of illegal immigration, and how it affects our everyday lives"
On ABC's This Week, Sen. Jeff Sessions tried to blatantly lie to the American people by claiming that increase in legal immigration is bad for jobs and the economy.
Romney tried to pivot on immigration, but the Obama campaign hit back reminding voters that Romney hasn't said whether he would continue the President's policy and has failed to provide specifics.
In an attempt to defend her campaign commercial demonizing illegal immigrants, Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle recently told a group of Hispanic High School students that the people in commercials were not Hispanics, but Canadians, "What we know is that our northern border is where the terrorists came through. That's the most porous border that we have."