Very few think that a democracy of equal citizens can survive a mandated regime of unlimited election spending by global corporations and a billionaires’ club.
We are far from the ideal of equality promised to Americans by the Constitution.
Rarely, if ever, are the letters “EOIR” – Executive Office for Immigration Review – uttered in this debate.
The majority of Americans want people like my parents and millions of others to have a work permit and deportation relief.
We must end domestic mass surveillance, no matter under what authority it takes place.
Some members of Congress are seeking to rewrite the Constitution by reinterpreting the 14th Amendment’s citizenship clause.
It is unacceptable that any U.S. citizen of Puerto Rico be denied many fundamental Constitutional and civil rights.
The congressman revealed the very crux of conservative opposition to immigration policy reform: race.
As many as six million American children and adults have an LGBT parent.
LGBT older adults often do not have as strong a social support network as their contemporaries.