Arizona’s recently passed immigration bill has prompted many Hispanic families to leave the state before the controversial law goes into effect in late July.
A new report from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) has found that California has the least-educated labor force of any state in the United States, and this may be due to the high levels of immigration in recent decades.
Representative Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) has requested that an independent prosecutor look into whether White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and his deputy Jim Messina violated Federal laws by interfering with two recent congressional primaries.
South Carolina’s Democratic Senate nominee Alvin Greene said last week that he will reject his party’s request that he drop out of the November election race.
Last week’s Republican primary for the Senate race in Nevada was closely watched by both parties, as the Majority Leader Harry Reid’s grip on his seat has been considered uncertain due to his close association with the Obama administration’s policies. However, the outcome of the vote does not seem to clarify much at this point.
Senator Blanche Lincoln defied the nation’s anti-incumbent sentiment and scored a surprising victory last week in Arkansas’ Democratic runoff election by beating the state’s lieutenant governor, Bill Halter.
The President and members of Congress have failed to live up to their oaths of office because there’s an invasion of the United States underway through the Southwestern border and nothing is being done to stop it. Read this article to learn why President Barack Obama, Congress and Presidents and Congresses past have not tried to close the United States-Mexican border…
Revere America has been on the road for several weeks, gathering signatures to help repeal the healthcare reform, and it has provided periodic updates on its successes.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon said on Monday that the death of an illegal immigrant who was in the custody of United States Customs and Border Protection agents is an "unacceptable violation" of human rights.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said on Monday that he is cautiously optimistic that the United States will not fall back into a "double dip" recession.