Monthly Archives: October 2012

Meet the Romney’s of Mexico

Mitt Romney’s father was born in Mexico, but the Republican candidate seldom speaks of his family’s time there. It turns out that some of his extended clan still live south of the border. The Romney’s of Mexico reside in the … Continue reading

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Deferred Action brings hope to undocumented immigrants

When President Obama uttered the words, “They are Americans in their heart, in their minds in every single way but one – paper,” it became a day of hope for thousands of undocumented immigrants. Abiel Reyes said it was a … Continue reading

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Adios, Arpaio?

Election Day brings with it the tantalizing possibility that voters in Arizona will do what should have been done years ago: end the career of Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, the self-appointed, self-promoting scourge of illegal immigrants whose five-term … Continue reading

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Rep. Gutiérrez says Flake abandoned immigration reform

Immigration is being discussed in a surprising way in Arizona’s tightly-contested Senate contest. Arizona Republicans in recent years have trumpeted their efforts to crack down on undocumented immigrants in the state. But the politics surrounding immigration in Arizona have recently … Continue reading

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DREAMer and Deferred Action recipient speaks out on activism

Nearly 4,600 young undocumented immigrants have already benefited thanks to the new Deferred Action program which grants two-year stays and work permits, according to the latest numbers released this month.

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Mexico is missing from presidential debate

President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney wrestled for 90 minutes Monday night over key foreign policy issues — from China to Iran to Afghanistan to Israel. But they left out Mexico. Romney touched on the growing importance of the economies … Continue reading

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Immigration reform is good for business

According to The Boston Globe,  for hardliners who refuse to consider a guest worker program for illegal immigrants, a moment of truth may be approaching. If undocumented workers are truly taking jobs that would otherwise go to Americans, then unskilled … Continue reading

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