In his Washington Post column, Eugene Robinson says that the Supreme Court struck a blow when it threw out most of Arizona's anti-immigration law and argues that it was much more a victory for the administration than "something for both sides."
... That's right. It's not a crime for "illegal" immigrants to live and work here without the proper documents. By "here" I mean all 50 states.
Good: A federal appellate panel struck down Arizona’s abortion law on Tuesday, saying it was unconstitutional “under a long line of invariant Supreme Court precedents” that guarantee a woman’s right to end a pregnancy any time befor... Read Post
President Obama just released a statement praising the Supreme Court's decision to strike down most of the main provisions of Arizona's controversial immigration law, but said he is still "concerned" about the parts of the law that ... Read Post