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  • Patt Morrison Asks: Pocho pundit Lalo Alcaraz

    Patt Morrison Asks: Pocho pundit Lalo Alcaraz
    Every presidential campaign turns out to be a quadrennial godsend for editorial cartoonists, but for Lalo Alcaraz, 2012 is a jubilee year. Herman Cain, chowing down at a Miami restaurant, asks, “How do you say ‘delicious' in Cuban?” Newt Gingrich uses “bilingual education” and “language of living in a ghetto” in the same sentence. And then there's Mitt Romney, son of a Mexican-born Mormon who also ran for president of the United States. Or the “United Estates,” according to Romney's mysterious alter-Tweeter, @MexicanMitt, who's muy simpatico with his staunch “supporter” Alcaraz.
  • Another side of illegal immigration

    Another side of illegal immigration
    Denise Panaligan, a UCLA sophomore, didn't tell her mother where she was headed Wednesday morning. She knew that if she told the truth, her mother would worry.      Panaligan, in blue jeans and white T-shirt, boarded a bus and traveled to Pershing...

    Republicans see the light on immigration reform

    Republicans see the light on immigration reform
    In 2012, the Republican Party stood for the ancient biblical proposition that the sins of the father should be visited upon the son. Mitt Romney captured its presidential nomination while vowing to veto the DREAM Act, which would allow immigrants...

    Ruben Barrales, party guy

     Ruben Barrales, party guy
    When President Obama told students in Mexico that without the support of U.S. Latinos he would not be president, he wasn't talking about the GOP's Ruben Barrales. But Barrales gets the message. He is the son of immigrants, and San Mateo County's first...

    Could Rubio save the GOP ticket?

    Florida's new Republican senator, 40-year-old Marco Rubio, is handsome, personable and smart. He can talk with intelligence and ease about foreign policy, the federal budget and the aspirations of the American people. And he has a Reaganesque gift for...