Rep. Jeff Denham, who represents California’s agricultural Central Valley, faces a serious re-election challenge.
California's Jeff Denham should be coasting to re-election. Instead, he's trying to explain his backing of Trump.
In other words, after the mass deportation bill crashed and burned in the Senate, the House has no other plan, no other path forward to fund America's shield from terrorism, Homeland Security.
These are young people who didn't choose to come here. Their parents brought them. An opportunity to serve in the military would give them a chance to demonstrate their loyalty to the United States. In the long run, the ENLIST Act would allow these folks to become full, productive members of society.
"It came together that this would be a good place to try this and the Illinois DOT was a good partner," Magliari said, adding
That didn't stop King from taking to the House floor to disparage the legislation, which could still be added as an amendment
LULAC's 17th Annual Legislative Conference and Awards Gala took place in Washington D.C. in February. The conference was
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-Fla.) seems to have drunk the Tea Party Kool-Aid, seemingly thinking and acting as if American Latino voters are not smart enough to understand his flip-flop on immigration.
National Republican leaders acknowledge the demographic threat to the party and tout an immigration overhaul as the first
As we reflect on these migrant journeys in Scripture, particularly as we head towards Christmas, let our Advent this year be about expectant waiting and preparation for a reform long-sought, heralding new, whole, welcoming communities.
Congressman Denham represents a District that is about one-third Latino, and he's married to a first-generation Mexican-American. Still, it took a lot of organizing in his district to get him to buck his party. Along the way, it's been abundantly clear that the benefits of embracing immigrants vastly outweigh the costs.
Immigration reform activists are also hopeful. HuffPost's Elise Foley reported Friday that nearly 600 supporters will be
'Dark Money' In 2012 Election Tops $400 Million, 10 Candidates Outspent By Groups With Undisclosed Donors
The majority of this "dark money" has focused on the race between Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.), who was on the privately-funded trip but not involved in the late-night swim, was
The FBI probed a late-night swim in the Sea of Galilee that involved drinking, numerous GOP freshmen lawmakers, top leadership
At a Congressional hearing this Wednesday, Representatives Jeff Denham, a Republican from Texas, and John Mica, a Republican
WASHINGTON -- Chad Condit, the son and chief public defender of a former high-profile California congressman once tarnished