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The House GOP Still Can’t Figure Out What It Wants on Immigration
Another day, another meeting, and another failure to achieve intraparty consensus on immigration, even as a forced vote looms.
House GOP Factions Playing Chicken With Immigration, Farm Bill
Paul Ryan is caught in the middle as the House Freedom Caucus and key GOP moderates push conflicting paths on immigration bills.
Red State Republicans Are Trying to Trump Each Other’s Trumpiness
GOP candidates for governor of Georgia are tripping over each other to sound like Trump on “the swamp” and sanctuary cities.
Yes, Romney the Presidential Candidate Was Right Wing on Immigration
Mitt Romney may be trying to pander to conservatives by talking tough on immigration. But that’s something he’s been doing for a long time.
As the Parties Have Polarized on Immigration Policy, Hispanic Vote Stays Stable
The major parties have been rapidly separating on immigration policy in the very recent past. But other factors have kept the Hispanic vote stable.
Trump Administration Supports Path to Citizenship, a.k.a. Amnesty, for Dreamers
In the latest in a series of flip-flops, the Trump administration now seems to be endorsing eventual citizenship for beneficiaries of a deal on DACA.
Trump’s Immigration Flip-Flop
His astonishing (if shaky) deal with Democrats is a miniature version of the immigration reform efforts that divided the GOP in the recent past.
Could Trump Hold Dreamers Hostage for Border-Wall Funding?
The administration may be forced by the courts to cancel protection for Dreamers. So it could be time for a grand bargain to get border-wall funding.
Hosni Mubarak Will Apologize to Egypt
In a bid for amnesty.