The Republican Party has triumphed in killing immigration reform and will pay the price at the ballot box for a long, long time.
Dreamers come from diverse backgrounds and often bring language skills and familiarity with other cultures and customs that will enhance unit effectiveness in intelligence-gathering and building relationships with global populations.
The immigration crisis is likely to get worse before it gets better, if Congress does not act.
Simply stated, without immigration reform, the GOP cannot and will not successfully engage the Hispanic American electorate.
Raul Labrador had a golden opportunity to solve immigration problems that seem insurmountable and he ducked.
From the United States to Europe, the right is taking an ominous turn towards a politics of fear where even historically reasonable conservative parties are acting like more extreme rightist parties.
The time has come for Obama to take executive action to remedy the situation on illegal immigration.
Brat doesn't seem to understand the very issue that seems to have dominated his historic upset and propelled him to Capitol Hill.
As the U.S. fails to step up to the plate, other countries are building centers of excellence because their policies attract and retain educated immigrants.
As the president promised in his State of the Union speech, if Congress does not act, he will.