Canada gets it. They are recruiting the world’s brightest people who our crazy immigration laws repel.
From the May 23 edition of Fox News' The Five: Previously: Fox's Hannity and Malkin Blame London Attack On Progressive Gun And Immigration Laws Fox Stokes Fears Of Terrorism To Smear Immigration Reform Boston Bombings Inspire New Lies On Immigration Reform From Conservative Media
From the May 22 edition of Fox News' Hannity: MALKIN: What do you need to have? Neon lights that say, 'Islamic jihad,' 'Islamic jihad?' I mean, duh. They were screaming at the top of their lungs, 'Allahu Akbar,' and repeatedly swore in the name of Allah that they would continue to fight against us. Show More Summary
Did President Barack Obama ask the Senate to kill an amendment that would allow same-sex couples to apply for legal status for their foreign-born partners as part of a rewrite of the nation’s immigration laws? That was the word Tuesday...
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Pat Leahy Immigration reform moves forward to the next phase: The Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday approved a broad overhaul of the nation’s immigration laws on a bipartisan vote, sending theShow More Summary
The Senate Judiciary Committee passed a sweeping reworking of immigration laws on Tuesday evening, giving a bipartisan bill its first formal stamp of approval in Congress. The following is President Barack Obama's statement on the bill's passage.
What's at stake in the immigration reform bill is whether or not we continue to perpetuate the harsh and short-sighted policies of our current immigration laws.
New York Times: "The most pressing question for Congressional Republicans is no longer how to finesse changes to immigration law or gun control, but how far they can push their cases against President Obama without inciting a backlash...Show More Summary
Only three businesses have faced charged for hiring illegal immigrants.
House Speaker Boehner said he was “concerned” that a bipartisan group of House lawmakers has been unable to reach an agreement on legislation to overhaul the country’s immigration laws, but said he was determined that the House would act in a “responsible way” on an immigration bill.
Immigration law may be broken but you don't fix it by rewarding law breakers.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, who is considered crucial to the passage of an immigration law overhaul, on Tuesday vowed to fight for a biometric system that would track foreigners entering and exiting the country after a S...
Under the current U.S. immigration law, there is virtually no relief for immigrants who have already been deported, particularly if they left they country without a judicial hearing. But there is the possibility of some relief in the...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, who is considered crucial for the success of an immigration law overhaul, on Tuesday vowed to fight for a biometric system to track foreigners leaving the country after a Senate panel rejected...
Via the Los Angeles Times: For some same-sex couples, the issue is made even more complicated by our country’s immigration laws. In his video Op-Ed “Eric and Juan,” Jens Erik Gould introduces us to a same-sex couple who got married in 2008, during the brief time when gay marriage was legal in California. Show More Summary
Via Wired's Threat Level: Buried in the 800 page proposed immigration reform bill is a provision creating a biometric database for all Americans, not just immigrants. The bill, titled Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
At a time when the Senate is considering the modernization of our immigration laws, they should also take measures to ensure the U.S. strengthens protections for those fleeing persecution. Christians and other faith groups are being targeted in many places around the world. Ethnic and political persecution is a significant problem as well.
Near the end of the first day of Senate debate on a sweeping bill to overhaul U.S. immigration laws, one of the measure’s top immigration supporters hugged one of its most vocal foes. Patrick Leahy, the chairman of the committee charged...Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg wants to change our country's current immigration laws to ease entrance for qualified individuals to work. Zuckerberg's first step was forming a non-profit advocacy group called called Fwd.Us to spearhead the overhaul. Show More Summary
The Senate’s landmark effort to overhaul U.S. immigration laws faces its first pivotal challenge beginning Thursday, when it begins to consider a raft of amendments that could threaten the fragile compromise struck by a bipartisan group of negotiators. Show More Summary