Immigrants Need Legislation, Not Litigation

John Boehner has once again decided to attack President Obama’s alleged executive overreach in the most American of ways: with a lawsuit. To protest his November 2014 executive action that addressed immigration, 26 states have joined a Texas-led lawsuit against the… Continue Reading

The State of the Union: Bipartisanship or Bullshit?

“This is good news people,” President Obama declared after demonstrating the success of The Affordable Care Act with a slew of statistics. This short statement was one of the many thinly veiled jabs at Republicans during last Tuesday’s State of… Continue Reading

Midterms 2014: A Mixed Blessing

After a sweeping victory in last week’s midterm elections, Republicans have regained control of both houses of Congress for the first time since 2006. With an uncertain majority in the Senate until December’s runoff in Louisiana and a sizeable majority in the… Continue Reading

House Republicans Reveal New Immigration Standards: No Special Path to Citizenship

House Republicans released a “new” set of immigration standards on Thursday; unsurprisingly, their plan is hardly progressive. So far, Republicans have devised a system in which our country’s approximately 11 million undocumented immigrants could eventually become legal residents — without… Continue Reading