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27 min ago | National Journal
Inside a local radio station near New Mexico's dusty eastern border, Steve Pearce needs just one take as he breezily speaks-in English-to his district's Hispanic community during a mock 15-minute radio "interview" for a paid campaign infomercial to be aired next month on Spanish-language stations. A conservative white lawmaker who is not fluent in Spanish, Pearce, 67, is seen nationally as a bit of a curiosity: A Republican who keeps getting reelected in this sprawling district that is more than half Hispanic and where Democrats have an 8-point edge in voter enrollment.
4 hrs ago | Washington Post
Texas Gov. Rick Perry's ongoing deployment of 1,000 National Guard troops along the Rio Grande may be helpful in his second try for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016. The move also continues a distinctively Texan balancing act on immigration that Perry has been maintaining for well over a decade.
8 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News
Secretary of State Kris Kobach 's position as chief Kansas elections officer is allowing him to play a marquee role in the political drama surrounding Democrat Chad Taylor's attempt to get off the ballot in the U.S. Senate race. Taylor ended his campaign last week, nudged out of the race against three-term Republican Sen. Pat Roberts by Democrats who viewed independent candidate Greg Orman as the stronger rival and wanted to consolidate most of the anti-Roberts vote behind Orman.
12 hrs ago | The Columbian
President Barack Obama wanted to try out another experiment in unilateral government, was persuaded it would hurt Democrats in the coming election, and backed up. The trick he had in mind - finding ways to make some illegal immigrants legal without the approval of Congress - now won't happen until after November.
Immigration officials are using part of this federal law enforcement training facility in Artesia, N.M., as a detention center for hundreds of women and children, mostly from Central America. Immigration officials are using part of this federal law enforcement training facility in Artesia, N.M., as a detention center for hundreds of women and children, mostly from Central America.
FILE: July 31, 2014: Church groups protest against President Obama's immigration policies outside the White House, Washington, D.C. The White House this week assured anxious Hispanic lawmakers on Capitol Hill that President Obama will use executive action before the holiday season closes to reform U.S. immigration law, after breaking his pledge to make changes by the end of summer. The message was delivered in a meeting Thursday with White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough and other administration officials, including domestic policy adviser Cecilia Munoz, a key player for Obama on the issue, according to Politico.
Sweden heads into a parliamentary election on Sunday with polls showing the left-leaning Social Democrats poised to return to power after eight years of center-right rule. That would be a return to normalcy in Swedish politics because the Social Democrats - who built the country's famed welfare state - haven't been in opposition for this long since they first took power in 1920.
There's a separatist movement close to home that's just suffered an electoral disappointment, is reviewing its long-term strategy, and will root in the meantime for the Yes side in Scotland's upcoming referendum. Parti Quebecois, you have company in cowboy country.
Two years ago, immigration activist Gaby Pacheco got a call from Marco Rubio. The Florida senator wanted advice as he tried to develop a plan to help people like her: immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children.
H-4 visas are given to spouses of those on an H-1B visa . The State Department said 96,753 people received the H-4 visa in 2013, 76 percent of whom were from South Asia.
On Thursday's Mark Levin Show: Mark remembers the September 11th attacks by honoring our military and rescue personnel. He also talks about how many of the hijackers overstayed their immigration Visas, and yet our immigration system and bureaucracy is more bloated than ever before - nothing has changed.
New Jersey voters will fill seats in the United States House of Representatives in all twelve congressional districts in November, plus one Senate seat. This column will attempt to provide at least a snapshot of each of the twenty-six major party candidates in these races.
WASHINGTON >> Attorney General Eric Holder is arguing publicly in favor of legal representation for migrant children arriving unaccompanied at the border - even as his department takes the opposite position in court. Holder said Friday in a speech to the Hispanic National Bar Association that, "Though these children may not have a constitutional right to a lawyer, we have policy reasons and a moral obligation to insure the presence of counsel."
The U.S. Coast Guard has announced a staggering statistic involving illegal immigration. They say more than 9,000 migrants from Haiti, Cuba and the Dominican Republic were picked up while trying to get to U.S. shores illegally since October 1, 2013.
He may not have been the greatest governor around, but he certainly was the best campaigner. He could not only fire up a crowd and make a campaign exciting, but he could also turn out the vote.
Senator Jeff Sessions had some harsh words for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in a speech he delivered on the Senate floor Wednesday evening that was published in the National Review on Thursday . The speech attributed President Barack Obama's plans for potential executive action that would offer amnesty to some undocumented immigrants to meetings between White House officials and "the world's most powerful corporate and immigration lobbyists and activists who think border controls are for the little people."
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 07:02 pm
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