HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE BRIEFING 1: Arizona's Immigration Law - S.B. 1070 Guest Blogger: Prof. Josiah Heyman, University of Texas-El Paso A...
This is a moment of historical import. What transpires in Arizona over the coming weeks will add a crucial chapter to the story of who we are as a people.
With only a week remaining before Arizona's contentious Senate Bill 1070 becomes law, Arizona human and immigrant rights groups have found unlikely allies among the religious community.
On the road to the November election, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer continues to see an illegal alien under every bush. This is the path she has chosen and this is the path from which she will not stray.
Neither member of the Axis of Hysteria will be satisfied until they've installed a Republican police state that will round up millions of undocumented migrants across the country and expel them.
The growth in the number of registered Latino voters, the influence of the Tea Party, and anti-incumbent fervor have combined to open the door for a particular kind of Democrat to win a U.S. Senate seat in Arizona.
The horrific violence in Mexico is too often dismissed in the U.S. as "Mexico's problem." Only when violence "spills over" into the U.S. does it seem to register as a matter of concern.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer told Fox News in an interview that illegal immigration led to violent crime, up to and including "beheadings." Beheadings? In Arizona? If anybody's lost their head in the Grand Canyon State, it's Brewer.
Jan Brewer has put Arizona in the news again today for all the wrong reasons. In just over a year Brewer, our unelected "accidental governor," has do...
What is needed is a new generation of elected leaders who embrace the future rather than cling to the past.
Breaking the current "fox-guarding-the-henhouse" regulatory structure is essential in meeting the President's laudable goal of creating a renewable energy-based economy.
McCain's calculated and desperate gambit to appease Arizona's rabid Right, a move that Jon Stewart aptly described as "shorting his soul," convinced me it was time to challenge him in his own arena: politics.
On 11 February 2009, Celia Alejandra Alvarez-Herrera was arrested by an Arizona sheriff's deputy in a workplace raid during which her jaw was dislocated against a wall.
An illusion of political righteousness distracts attention from the real threat: the sinister nature of our own fear.
It is difficult to fully explain the impacts of Arizona's burgeoning and overt anti-immigrant climate these days. To outsiders it must seem like eithe...
by Erin Rosa, Media Consortium blogger Over Memorial Day weekend, tens of thousands of people marched in Phoenix, AZ to protest SB1070, a law that imm...