Via Culture Kitchen's Liza Sabater, Massachussetts Senator Scott Brown has come out with an ugly attack on the DREAM Act, attempting to smear Harvard University's President in the process. Of course, the irony is thick: the reason that ROTC is banned from Harvard's campus is that the program... Continue »
Stephen Colbert testified in Congress on Friday about an immigration bill that he said — in all truthiness — he had not read, "like most members of Congress." Continue »
You've gotta watch this. Via Huffington Post, updates from Stephen Colbert's appearance at a Subcommittee Hearing on Immigration today. Continue »
This summer, comedian Stephen Colbert had United Farm Workers President Arturo S. Rodriguez on his show to discuss the "Take our Jobs" campaign, in which in which citizens and legal residents could volunteer to replace migrant field laborers. Continue »
Stephen Colbert shined his comedic light on farm labor and immigration for his TV show. Now a House subcommittee is about to have him draw attention to the issues on Capitol Hill. Continue »
In a small classroom at Portland State, the university president, two elected officials and a pack of students rallied Tuesday around a cell phone delivering the voice of Hector Lopez. "I want go home to Portland," said Lopez, 20, from Mexico City. "I spent my life in America." Continue »
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell had the guts to say it like it is on national television. In straightforward terms, Powell had the audacity to declare that illegal immigrants do essential work in the U.S. Continue »
Democratic Secretary of State Chris Biggs took a jab Thursday at his Republican opponent, signing a pledge to work full-time in his government job if Kansas voters elect him in November. Continue »
In the second part of his interview with Telemundo, President Barack Obama declared that since he's not the king or emperor of the United States, he can't unilaterally change immigration law. After Tuesday's vote blocked addition of the DREAM Act to a Senate bill, Republicans who voted against it... Continue »
The less publicized part of the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act is that the Pentagon is pushing for it as a means to staff the armed forces. Continue »