The Republican response to Hillary Clinton's call for a path to citizenship for immigrants who are in the United States illegally has been met with an awkward air of terrified silence from the Republican presidential candidates.
President Obama quoted FDR on Cinco de Mayo as he made the case for immigration reform, the President quoted FDR, "As one of my predecessors, Franklin Roosevelt once said, 'Remember, always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.' "
A George W. Bush appointed judge ignored the Constitution while substituting his own policy whims in ruling that blocked President Obama's immigration executive order.
Context is everything, and in willfully misrepresenting the past, Republicans create a false premise upon which to build their plans for the future
Immigration reform is not just something the bishops want, says Cupich, but God himself. How successful will the GOP be saying 'no' to God?
In examining the GOP's wild accusations of Obama "lawlessness," CNN declines to go beyond GOP talking points to the facts themselves
Just a few hours before President Obama's 8 PM address to the nation on immigration reform action he plans to take, the White House released a fact sheet detailing the President's plans.
President Clinton took up for President Obama, saying he is on "pretty firm legal ground" to take executive action on immigration reform, seeing as every president in the modern era has issued some kind of executive action on the issue.
Sen. Bernie Sanders went on CNN today and knocked down questions that were nothing but thinly disguised Republican talking points by using facts, truth, and the history of Republican obstruction.
There is an idiom that parents and employers likely put in practice when an important task has to be completed correctly; "If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself." President Obama certainly understands that sentiment with a slight variation; if the nation wants anything done at all, the President has to do it himself due to Republicans who have done nothing since January 2009.
On Wednesday morning, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) issued a threat to the country by saying a government shutdown will occur if President Obama follows through on his plans to issue executive orders addressing immigration.
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.
President Obama delivered a one-fingered salute to John Boehner and his lawsuit today by announcing that he is going to act without Congress to reform as much of the immigration system as his legal authority allows.
With children fleeing violence and poverty in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador; there is a humanitarian crises in our border states.
In a recent op-ed, Rupert Murdoch made a case for comprehensive immigration reform. However, due to is own Fox News network, that possibility does not seem likely.
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.
Democratic candidate for Congress Michael Eggman is using Eric Cantor to taint his Republican opponent.
Earlier this week, Reince Priebus tried to punish MSNBC with a boycott for calling out Republicans on their racism.
Majority Leader Eric Cantor's staff called the police on a group of children who were singing songs in support of immigration reform, and had them removed from their office.
Wealthy libertarians using austerity to create conditions driving high unemployment, poverty, anti-government discontent, and misplaced anger to further their own agenda.