Michele Waslin: This week, DREAMERS got a huge boost from 96 law professors who sent a letter to President Obama outlining the extensive authority under law that his administration holds to halt deportations of DREAMers.
Seth Hoy: As the 2012 Presidential campaign begins, many immigration groups and stakeholders, however welcoming of the Administration’s renewed push for immigration reform, remain skeptical.
Michele Waslin: While passage of comprehensive immigration reform is certainly necessary to fix the outdated and dysfunctional legal immigration system, there is much more that the President can do now
Carl Bloice: If the whole, hardly-nail-biting business accomplished nothing else it momentarily diverted attention away from the big budget fight coming up, the one that will probably shape the country’s economic and social reality for decades to come.
Articles by Sylvia Moore, Sikivu Hutchinson, Sherwood Ross, Tom Degan, Sharon Kyle, Ivan Eland, David Swanson, David Love, Seth Hoy, Rev. Irene Monroe, Robert Reich, Michelle Waslin, Tina Dupuy, Tracy Emblem, Anthony Samad, Randy Shaw, Michael Sigman, Joseph Palermo, Andrea Nill, Tom Jacobs, Paul Hogarth, Georgianne Nienaber, Mario Solis-Marich, Michaelangelo Price, Ruth Rosen, Linda Milazzo, Berry Craig, and Robert Illes,
Michelle Waslin: Research has shown that the DREAM Act would be a boon to the economy and the U.S. workforce. Moreover, the DREAM Act create an opportunity for many young people to get on the path to permanent legal status, improve their education, invest in themselves and their communities, and serve their country.
This week’s articles.
Somehow, I suspect Pawlenty is more interested in the impact of his idiotic comments on the GOP’s dwindling base of lunatics than he is in my comments. If I hear back, I’ll let you know.