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No mention of "path to citizenship" in this year's State of the Union Address.
White man tries to insult a black man by calling him white.
Giving border-crossing maps to Mexicans is bad for them, says White House.
Why aren't the Marines on the border to beat back Mexican army incursions?
Sen. Clinton says she's suffered on the plantation too in MLK day speech.
The Hispanic strategy isn't working for the White House.
Comparing the proposed border fence to the Berlin Wall is stupid.
Democrats call Republican immigration bill 'atrocious,’ ‘stupid,’ and 'un-American.'
New Century Foundation press release objecting to Rosa Parks statue ignored by media.
Ken Mehlman says immigration restrictionists are on the wrong side of history.
"By refusing to give in, Rosa Parks showed that one candle can light the darkness."
Republican politician in Michigan wants to keep racial preferences for diversity's sake.
Ready, set, grovel.
President's talk of border enforcement a ruse to get guest-worker plan passed.
Illinois government to get "Office of New Americans Policy and Advocacy."
Homeland Security Secretary says guest-worker program necessary instead.
US vows to protect workers' rights--whether they are here legally or not.
Senate budget bill would give out 90,000 extra green cards.
Native Hawaiians seek their share of the racial spoils.
Politicians' votes on immigration reflect the views of rich donors, not their constituents.
Kentucky town will be the first in country to offer special IDs for immigrants.
White House presses for amnesty plan, but Congress says it's dead in the water.
Washington city tells border-watchers: "violence and racism are not welcomed here.”
Pres. Bush's approval rating among blacks falls to 2 percent.
Northern California will tell illegals how to take advantage of health welfare.
Illegal aliens will also serve on New York City commission.
SCOTUS nominee thought there were too few non-whites on Dallas City Council in 1990.
New Haven mayor wants ID cards so illegals can use city services.
Senate Democrats petition relief agencies not to inquire about immigration status.
Fresno just brought in 2,000 Hmong; now mayor wants Katrina refugees too.
President aims to clear away "legacy of inequality" with hurricane debris.
US tells Mexico it will not prosecute New Orleans illegals.
Columnist calls for impeachment of president for failing to protect US against invasion.
President, in Arizona, silent about amnesty plan.
The Michigan government thwarts the will of the people.
New day-laborer center provokes protests and legal challenges.
Ignoring outcry, town council approves unpopular center.
Possible Republican presidential nominee says some states need more people.
Arkansas governor fumes at Feds for arresting illegals.
Some Republicans may talk tough about the borders, but they still want amnesty.
Amnesty to be one of Bush's top priorities this fall.
On the contrary, GOP chairman tells La Raza, "Your cause is our cause."
Replacing Justice O'Connor with a conservative white man is "politically difficult."
Sen. Clinton panders to La Raza...
NY mayor gets cheers for abolishing requirement that street vendors prove they're legal.
Some politicians worry about inconveniencing illegals, but not gun-buyers.
Republicans tell rappers they admire their entrepreneurial genius.
Arkansas governor jokes about whites becoming a minority.
Blacks and AIDS.
Government study showed that Bush amnesty plan encourages illegal immigration.
NYC mayor thinks we should give all illegals "some kind of permanent green card."
Felons get the right to vote in Iowa.
Howard Dean accuses Republicans of "attacking immigrants."
Republicans deny it.
Federal program for urban renewal has been a failure.
Arizona governor vetoes immigration enforcement bills.
Jailer confirms Rep. Tancredo's claim that Denver jails don't report illegals.
New York mayor's first re-election ads will be in Spanish.
Arizona Republican candidate attacks Gov. Napolitano over immigration issues.
She says she's "against illegal immigrants," but she's not willing to do anything about them.
Governor: Only new powers of appointment could put blacks in state-wide office.
Governors threaten to refuse to comply with Real ID Act.
Az. governor believes English-only bill would have been too hard on Hispanics.
Chris Simcox excluded from press conference about border; wants ACLU to defend him.
Rep. Chris Cannon questions whether immigration-reformer belongs in GOP.
ICE disapproves of policeman who arrested illegal for trespassing.
Feds will stop at nothing to catch murderers in 1955 white-on-black murder.
Ag-Jobs was defeated in the Senate, but it may have momentum.
Many Democrats are showing signs of immigration sanity.
Senators try to attach a number of open-borders amendments to Iraq bill.
Stricter passport law takes Pres. by surprise; he promises to try to loosen it.
The Ag-Jobs amnesty would be as fraud-ridden as the last one.
Senate will probably introduce Ag-jobs amnesty bill soon.
President says of Minutemen: "I'm against vigilantes in the United States of America."