The Mastermind of the GOP’s politically catastrophic self-deportation strategy, Mark Krikorian, that leading anti-immigrant voice, posted another screed from his perch at National Review. Times are tough for the Tanton anti-immigrant network. The political tide has turned against them. So, it’s no surprise that Krikorian has reached a new-low, referring to Frank Sharry as “the Professor Moriarty at…
At a lunchtime panel with the Hispanic Leadership Network, Susana Martinez, Brian Sandoval, and Jeb Bush sat down to talk about being governor of their respective states, and interestingly, how to talk to Latino voters about immigration. While Jeb Bush has consistently been moderate on immigration, both Martinez and Sandoval have mishandled the issue in…
Marco Rubio would be problematic for Mitt Romney for many reasons. There’s the small matter of his embellishments around the story of his parents’ immigration from Cuba. There is the question of his free-wheeling ways with money that wasn’t his. He pals around with wife beaters, and sometimes even hires them.
Does anyone (besides Mitt Romney) listen to the chair of the House Judiciary Committee anymore?
We know Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) says one thing on immigration and does another, but this is especially rich. In an article in The Hill about how the GOP is split over the issue of E-Verify, Senator Rubio said he supports the legislation “in concept.” But, he’s an actual sponsor of the Senate E-Verify Bill.
A scathing editorial in today’s Washington Post blasts Alabama’s new anti-immigrant law – and the failure of Congress to find a path to citizenship for the undocumented immigrants living in the U.S.
House Republicans are split over an immigration bill that is backed by presidential candidate Mitt Romney as the measure is attracting escalating criticism from industry groups and rank-and-file members.
The Wall Street Journal makes an excellent point about immigration today.
Yesterday, before Janet Napolitano was to face a number of bullying Republicans at an Oversight Hearing held by the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) wrote an op-ed in Politico calling Obama’s record deportation numbers “a trick.”