At least Republicans have been brave enough to tangle with immigration for the last quarter century.
Although they’d like to harness the enthusiasm for the tea party movement to help them win elections, they really don’t connect with that crowd.
As long as Obama keeps running against the former president, Americans can be forgiven for not being passionate about the current one.
Believe it or not, the mere act of being in the country illegally isn’t a crime.
It's time for both sides to admit some hard truths.
Mr. President, what we have here is not a failure to communicate.
It's been frustrating to watch how resistant some conservatives are to even say the word “racist” when criticizing Reid or Clinton.
When Americans give the topic of immigration the respect it deserves, we can gain insight, perspective, and perhaps even empathy.
A new year, a new ploy to trap Republicans.
And it's up to the rest of us to give them the benefit of the doubt and stop assuming that their loyalties lie elsewhere.
The president's liberal supporters shouldn't pretend otherwise.
The former CNN anchor — formerly hostile to Hispanics — is now trying to convince them that he's really one of their amigos.
The Chicago congressman's plan isn't perfect, but it's a starting point for a conversation about the issue of comprehensive reform.
The president deserves support because he’s making all the right enemies.
The Arizona sheriff sees himself as a one-man task force charged with stopping an invasion of dishwashers, landscapers, and nannies, many of whom work for the same folks who voted for him.
Latino groups are concerned that the 2010 census will undercount undocumented workers.
The argument that opposition to immigration is only concerned with those who arrive illegally is a myth.
Experience shows that even though such crackdowns are necessary, they often cause more problems than they solve.
There's no getting away from the fact that some opponents of immigration reform have racist attitudes toward newcomers.
Mexico's president signed a bill legalizing the possession of small amounts of drugs. Is this appeasement?
By making excuses for his missteps and slandering his opponents as racists, the president's cheerleaders don't help him; they hurt him.
This time around, it would be better if we had less posturing and more compromise and flexibility.
They are smart, ruthless, adaptive, and deadly. And it will take both the U.S. and Mexico to defeat them.
Republicans would do well to avoid feeding the narrative that they are anti-Hispanic.
Black Americans were disappointed that Gates didn't do more with his 15 minutes than drink a beer.