As the House Judiciary Committee holds its first hearing on immigration reform, the two top Republicans in the House are talking about the issue. In a widely publicized event, House Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor is giving a policy speech today at the American Enterprise Institute, following an interview today with CBS’ “This... Continue »
If you can’t watch today’s hearing on immigration in the House Judiciary Committee, follow along on twitter. Tweets by @americasvoice Continue »
As the House Judiciary Committee holds a full immigration hearing tomorrow, we wanted to highlight a few of the most anti-immigrant hardliners on the Committee and shine a light on their most notorious misdeeds.  At a time when Republicans realize that they must do better with Latino voters and... Continue »
In recent years, the anti-immigrant wing of the Republican Party has driven the GOP’s immigration rhetoric and policies in a hard-line, inhumane, illogical, and tone-deaf direction.  After Mitt Romney “self-deported himself from the White House – in the words of Republican strategist Ana Navarro – many in the Republican Party seemed... Continue »
Leadership on the House Judiciary Committee has recently changed hands—Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) is now the chair of Judiciary, while Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) chairs the Immigration Subcommittee.  We’ve written posts on both of them recently about how their records aren’t particularly distinguishable from their notoriously anti-immigrant colleagues, Reps.... Continue »
Today, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was on ABC’s “This Week” where he talked about the prospects for immigration reform in Congress this year. When host George Stephanopoulos asked if immigration reform will pass the Senate and pass the House, Reid said, “Well, it’s certainly going to pass the... Continue »
We’re going to the Super Bowl! Sort of. is putting this ad on broadcast and cable in a few markets during coverage of tomorrow’s Super Bowl.  After the big game on Sunday, we’ll keep running this ad in additional cities if more people (like you) will make a contribution... Continue »