In "A Brodner Minute," Steve Brodner's animated video series for The Washington Spectator, the illustrator skewers the 2012 candidates and other targe...
Sports fans are often hesitant to want to mix sports and politics. Problem is, sports team owners have no problem doing so. In fact, they have been doing so for decades, which is why sports leagues in America are legal monopolies.
Though some of the president's critics lament the global murder of non-Americans, others believe that it could be America's most shining moment.
Americans should be concerned about this immigration law's fate because Arizona has inspired copycat laws across the country. Not only is SB 1070 mostly illegal, it is offensive, unjust, and truly un-American.
Also lost in the reporting on the Supreme Court decision, is the central political fact about Arizona's racial profiling law: both Democrats and Republicans, both Barack Obama and Jan Brewer, made the 'papers, please' provisions of SB-1070 possible.
This week, Immigrants' List unveiled the inductees into its second annual Local Hall of Shame. This is a list focused exclusively on the ten worst anti-immigrant local politicians in America.
Ms. Brewer had to be escorted from the courtroom as she laughed maniacally and did nothing to conceal her excitement.
Sheriff Joe must answer for the abuse of a pregnant American citizen and countless others. Arizona voters have one question to ask themselves, what more can Sheriff Arpaio do before they stand up and make a change?
The rise of the state-passed immigration movement has been an ideological dead end for the country and a stagnation of real conversation around reforming our current system.
The Supreme Court shouldn't buy S.B. 1070 supporters' claims when it hears arguments tomorrow. The Constitution doesn't allow states to set immigration and foreign policy, and it certainly doesn't allow them to do so in a manner that discriminates against people of color.
A state like Arizona should be working with the federal government and private businesses to invest more in the ports of entry's with Mexico to increase legal travel and commerce into their state, not trashing it.
As Esperanza asked what I thought she could do, I found myself paralyzed. Esperanza asked if she could call the police. A chill went through my spine as the lawyer in me carefully answered that I did not think that was safe under HB 56.
None of us would want to have our job performance judged on an outcome that we don't really control. But that's where teachers now find themselves.
At the end of the election race, when Mitt Romney is alone in his thoughts, reflecting on how things went so wrong and at whom to point his finger to say, "This is all your fault!" He will have nobody to blame but himself and his entirely self-created "Hispanic Problem."
In Spanish, we say "Dime con quién andas y te diré quién eres" - "Tell me with whom you walk and I will tell you who you are." Mitt Romney walks today with the most anti-immigrant officials in America.