“My hands are tied.” Those are words that Howard Dean Bailey never wants to hear again. The last time he heard them: an immigration judge was ordering him out of the country. In June 2012, just days shy of his … Continue reading
The House will consider the 2015 National Defense Authorization Act next week, setting up potential debates over military sexual assault, base closures and immigration.
When it comes to immigration, Democrats are masters of deception.
Hopes of congressional action on immigration have effectively disappeared. In fact, Politico reported yesterday that there’s “growing pessimism on Capitol Hill that a sweeping immigration bill is achievable in President Barack Obama’s second term.” In other words, barring an unexpected … Continue reading
The American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota sent letters to every county sheriff in Minnesota on Wednesday urging them to stop holding immigration detainees for the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
On a recent trip to the Asia-Pacific region, President Barack Obama took time to appeal to Congress to act on the issue of immigration reform. The president attended a naturalization ceremony in Seoul, South Korea, for 13 American military service … Continue reading
This is a fact …America’s immigration system is broken. Too many employers game the system by hiring undocumented workers and there are 11 million people living in the shadows. Neither is good for the economy or the country. So if … Continue reading
U.S Rep. Joe Garcia an immigration advocate will be joined by U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz in Hollywood on Monday to call on Congress to pass a broad range of the immigration bill.
Republican state Sen. Dan Patrick and San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro traded verbal punches during a televised debate on immigration Tuesday night, but even those tough blows appeared to be a softer version of Patrick’s previous immigration comments.
OAKDALE, Pa. — President Obama, seeking to shore up support for midterm elections that threaten to cost his party control of the Senate, vowed Wednesday to improve federal job training programs and chastised Republicans for blocking an overhaul of immigration … Continue reading