CBS reports Palin’s latest headline-grabber in, “Palin: Obama Doesn’t Have the ‘Cojones’ for Immigration Reform”. That pretty much sums up the level of the discourse here. See, it comes down to whose “balls” are bigger – Palin’s, Brewer’s, or Obama’s. There’s certainly more than enough testosterone in this debate to go around. Not to mention botox.

Parents, you know how it is with kids. One acts up, and so you have to focus your attention on the troublemaker and take your eye off the others. Then, when you’re not looking, another one gets out of line.

Pop superstar Lady Gaga slammed Arizona’s controversial new immigration law and urged her fans to protest the measure at two points during her sold-out concert in Phoenix.

Reporting from Phoenix — Arizona has made a name for itself as the state with the harshest policies against illegal immigration. But as few as six years ago, this border state was among the nation’s most welcoming of illegal immigrants.

Former Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska could have chosen courage, boldness, guts or even lion-heartedness as a yardstick to compare the immigration stances of President Obama and Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona. But the former vice presidential candidate instead went with a much more pointed term on Sunday.

Protests in Arizona and through-out America continued today after Arizonan’s governor, Jan Brewer asked an appeals court to reconsider the most heinous parts of the state’s new immigration law and as the lightning-rod Maricopa County Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, prepared a highly publicized “crime sweep.”

U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton ripped the guts out of SB 1070 on Wednesday, striking down the most egregious and indefensible parts of Arizona’s immigration law.

Check out this cartoon, from AZ Daily Star, depicting Arizona’s immigration law getting stopped at the border.

Mexican Foreign Affairs Secretary Patricia Espinosa called Wednesday’s decision on Arizona’s immigration law “a step in the right direction.”

The mood was celebratory in downtown Phoenix Wednesday after U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton blocked the most controversial parts of Arizona’s tough new immigration law from taking effect.