Gang of Eight
The "blue card" proposal would give undocumented farmworkers a path to a legal status. Republicans aren't jumping on board.
Republicans have now, by my count, missed two rather large opportunities to improve their general standing with Latino voters. Donald Trump's speech Wednesday (unless it is further postponed or even cancelled outright, of course) might just become the third big missed opportunity.
A good way to understand (or get further confused) about Rep. Mike Coffman's illusive position on immigration is to compare it to Florida Sen. Marco Rubio's. And reporters should consider using this comparison to help explain Coffman's (non)position to voters.
For more than a month, she has tried to pressure House Republican lawmakers appearing on her show -- "dozens," by her own
The bill's chief sponsor, Rep. Joe Garcia (D-Fla.), announced on Twitter that she had signed on to H.R. 15, and Ros-Lehtinen's
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) does not think the bill he helped draft and pass through the Senate should be combined with House-passed legislation, spokesman Alex Conant told TPM and Politico in stories published on Monday.
Rubio has been backing away from the bill, which he drafted with the so-called "gang of eight," since its passage in June
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), a member of the gang of eight, said after the bombings in Boston earlier this year that such
In Mexico, there is a bit of doggerel called Herod's Law, referring to situations in which one is either screwed or f...ried.
"I think that would be very difficult to do," he said. "I don't think that could happen. I know there is some concern that