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  • Voting 'no' on Obama's immigration policies

    Everyone finds a lesson in the Republican midterm tsunami. One message was that so-called comprehensive immigration reform and broad amnesty have little national public support. Polls have long shown that, but so do last week's election results....
  • Obama faces limits on how to handle immigration

    Obama faces limits on how to handle immigration
    In any debate, facts are most important. Such is the case with President Obama's promise to enact immigration reform before the end of the year. To the more than 11 million undocumented workers living in the United States, the president's promise...
  • Order on immigration could guarantee gridlock: Editorial

    Order on immigration could guarantee gridlock: Editorial
    After last week's election flipped control to Republicans from Democrats in the U.S. Senate and added to the GOP majority in the House, leaders in both parties insisted they didn't want to go back to bickering as usual. Senate Republican leader Mitch...
  • Business leader's plea to GOP: You won, now fix immigration

    Business leader's plea to GOP: You won, now fix immigration
    In the wake of the last election, millions of decent immigrants remain hostages to partisanship. Last week, Republicans gained majorities in the U.S. House and Senate and at least three governorships, including Illinois. President Barack Obama...
  • GOP should act like grown-ups

    GOP should act like grown-ups
    I consider myself a Republican and voted mostly for Republicans. However, regarding the immigration and Obamacare issues, I have to say the Republicans have taken the bait and are showing themselves to be stupid. If not stupid, you could say they just...
  • A permanent resolution

    A permanent resolution
    Whatever one thinks of President Barack Obama's action on immigration last week, it is no substitute for the type of comprehensive reform legislation that will settle the issue. The courts will be asked to consider the president's decision. They will...
  • Obama to Dreamers' parents: No deferral for you

    By the time President Obama addressed the nation about immigration Thursday night, the centerpiece of his executive action was old news: He would protect from deportation millions of immigrants in the country who have lived here for at least five years...
  • Protecting and serving U.S. immigrants

    Protecting and serving U.S. immigrants
    The most interesting question about President Barack Obama's action on immigration is not its legality. Presidents from Eisenhower forward, Republicans and Democrats alike, have used their executive authority to legalize immigrants in large and small...
  • Paul Greenberg: Real hope and change

    Barack Obama is back -- the one who electrified and united a nation a decade ago when he delivered the keynote address at a national convention. Remember? There was a time when he was still a young, idealistic senator, not a failing and flailing president...
  • Did Obama overreach on immigration?

    To the editor: Your editorial on President Obama's unilateral action on immigration doesn't articulate the real reason that what he did was necessary. ("For many people living under threat of deportation, Obama offers relief," Editorial, Nov. 20) On...
  • Obama touts immigration plan in his third visit to Las Vegas high school

    Obama touts immigration plan in his third visit to Las Vegas high school
    The week started as usual at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas: classes, schedules, homework. But by midweek news had come that turned the campus topsy-turvy: President Obama was going to visit for the third time Friday to tout his executive directive to...