Conservative bigots love the idea of shredding the Constitution's 13th and 14th Amendments in place of actual immigration reform
The 14th Amendment grants citizenship to anyone born on U.S. soil. The GOP want to shred the Constitution to revert to legal white supremacy
Hillary Clinton's campaign called out both Scott Walker and Donald Trump for their positions of support for extreme anti-immigrant policies.
Stephane Hessel, who inspired #Occupy and the Arab Spring, wrote that "no one is ever just 'French' or 'German.'" Or American?
At an organizing event in Colorado, Hillary Clinton hammered Jeb Bush for his policies on women's health and immigration.
Ann Coulter sees Homeland Security's task to hunt criminals (i.e. people who don't speak English), and impose Anglo-Protestantism on all
In a stark contrast with Bernie Sanders' appearances, Trump was less interested in the issues than in convoluted stories and justifications for his behavior.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took Republican Party's Donald Trump led implosion to a whole new level by linking Trump's racism to the GOP during her interview on CNN.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) fell apart when asked for a real world solution on how to solve the immigration issue on Meet The Press.
As Republicans become more anti-immigrant, President Obama repeated his pledge to fight to bring undocumented immigrants out of the shadows during his weekly address.
In an interview with Glenn Beck, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker suggested that he wants to find ways to further limit legal immigration.
In a legally sound and blistering statement made public on Friday, 104 legal scholars and instructors of immigration law described Texas Judge Andrew Hanen's decision to block President Obama's immigration executive action as "deeply flawed."
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 Obama is turning up the heat on the incoming Republican congressional majority by bluntly telling that nobody is stopping them from passing bills on issues like immigration.
Losing at the polls in Kansas to independent candidate and X-Factor Chad Orman, incumbent Republican Sen. Pat Roberts is pulling out all stops. That means campaigning with 91-year-old former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole at Dodge City event in what Philip Rucker of the Washington Post styled a “geriatric rescue mission” – and if that doesn’t work, using the dreaded ‘s’ word: socialism.
President Obama is back from vacation, which means that whether Republicans like it or not more executive action is coming.
On Meet The Press, Homeland Security Jeh Johnson repeatedly corrected David Gregory's misinformation based on Republican talking points about the immigration crisis unfolding on the Southern border.
For Democrats to retake the House in 2013, they need to embrace key issues that they support and that are also supported by the American people.
Get breeding ladies. There's lots of great catches like Fischer and Deace lining up to drive your womb like a clown car.
Like the villain in the Despicable Me 2 film, Republicans wanted to make over their image. Like that villain, they have failed miserably.