Tag Archives: immigration

Path to Citizenship

 

130729-path-immigration-cartoon-As President Obama pivots to the economy some immigrants are pivoting back to Mexico.

Immigration Bill

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 The Senate passed the Gang of Eight immigration bill. It’s 2000 pages. We’ve been here before.

Immigration for Millionaires

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While Congress debated how to keep out illegal immigrants, Phil Mickelson had the temerity to suggest he might immigrate the other way. The reason – his 60% total tax bill. In the ensuing uproar over his greedy desire to keep more of his money, he caved, and also apologized for  having kept his opinions.

Anchors Away

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I’ve heard that when your opponent is self-destructing, the best thing to do is get out of the way.  Unless you’re a Republican, in which case, you’ll probably want to begin a movement to repeal the 14th amendment. The most likely outcome of that effort according to Linda Chavez is no Hispanic Republicans. She makes her case in a WSJ column.  You may need a subscription, but I was able to access the whole thing here.  Atlantic Wire has a brief summary  here.  And Chavez explains in this JWR column.

Arizona

100730bokloresA federal judge has stopped Arizona’s new immigration law.  Here’s a good Washington Post story by Roberto Suro  that explains where the Arizona law came from and where it may may be headed.