SAN DIEGO — Gracias, Marco Rubio.
Americans are being fed rosy scenarios about how quickly and easily Congress will pass immigration reform. They need a reality check, and the Florida senator delivered it.
SAN DIEGO — Ten years ago, I sat at dinner with a friend in Washington — an Ivy League-educated lawyer in his early 30s. We were with our wives. Just two childless couples enjoying a carefree evening before the days when going to dinner meant inquiring whether a restaurant is “kid friendly.”
SAN DIEGO — When it comes to how California handles illegal immigrants, the state is all over the map. Not unlike the rest of the country, the Golden State can’t decide whether it wants to make life comfortable for the undocumented or make them so unhappy that it runs them off.
SAN DIEGO — After years of lecturing us about not making excuses and taking responsibilities for our actions, Republicans are now playing the victim. They claim they’re getting a bad rap as being hostile to immigrants and Latinos.
SAN DIEGO — Now that San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro has been chosen to give the keynote speech at next month’s Democratic National Convention, I wanted to hear what he plans to do with this incredible opportunity.
SAN DIEGO — How’s this for a role reversal?
When Rahm Emanuel was in Congress and later as White House chief of staff, he protected fellow Democrats by steering the party’s agenda away from what he labeled the new “third rail” of American politics — the emotional issue of immigration.
SAN DIEGO — You’ve probably heard the saying that youth is wasted on the young. Well, thanks to one of the more disturbing stories swirling around the initial public offering of the social media behemoth Facebook, we’ve learned that, in some cases, U.S. citizenship is wasted on U.S. citizens.
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