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Immigration Reform Legislation (2013)

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  • Obama heads up the "naughty" list

    Obama heads up the "naughty" list
    This is the time of year when little boys and girls are on their best behavior in a vain attempt to move from Santa's "naughty list" to his "nice list." This usually doesn't last long — a couple of weeks before Christmas and then immediately ending after the last gift is opened.
  • Who are the 'Latinos for Rahm'?

    Who are the 'Latinos for Rahm'?
    If you who haven’t been keeping up with Chicago’s mayoral race, I can’t say I blame you. It’s Hanukmastime, it’s been crazy warm (read: not arctic) and a fancy new ice skating park just opened downtown. And then there are...

    Obama's bold new policy on Cuba

    It takes a lot to shake the jaded White House press corps. So when I walked into the briefing room last Thursday and a reporter friend greeted me with "Wow, this is a legacy day," when another reporter observed that Obama was ending his sixth year with...

    Noah Feldman: Obama gambles that he can defeat Cuba lobby

    Noah Feldman: Obama gambles that he can defeat Cuba lobby
    With his announcement that the United States will open negotiations and try to normalize relations with Cuba, President Barack Obama is trying to break the hold of the Cuba lobby once and for all. In historical terms, that's a remarkable undertaking....

    When it comes to 'far left,' Jorge Ramos doesn't qualify

    When it comes to 'far left,' Jorge Ramos doesn't qualify
    As a columnist, one of the few rules I follow is not to stick labels to the people I write about in my columns. Most labels are in the eyes of the beholder, and many times they are simply wrong. This is the case with a recent South Florida colleague who...