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One cannot argue with the concept of giving thanks
Back in 2007, you had this brave, bold idea of health care reform but then settled for what has now become the nightmare of the Affordable Care Act rollout
Lost in all the brouhaha over the Affordable Care Act rollout was Speaker John Boehner’s nail-in-the-coffin comment on immigration reform
The big question now is whether the loss by the tea party-anointed Ken Cuccinelli in Virginia will force the Republican Party to face reality and help bring about the much awaited and needed vote on immigration reform
John Boehner spent Halloween, it seems, scaring up his few constituents and fans with a tweet that claimed your health care promise “stretched credulity
It’s truly fitting that at letter No. 50, you would actually put the spotlight back squarely on immigration reform
Congratulations on bringing immigration reform back front and center into the mix as the madness forced upon a nation by a mad Texan, hungry for fame, finally came to an end.
There are 200 Democratic lawmakers in the House of Representatives, yet only eight are so supportive of comprehensive immigration reform, the civil rights issue of 2013, that they were willing to get themselves arrested on Oct. 8.
On Saturday, Oct. 5, the 100th day anniversary of the passage of the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act in the Senate and five days after the forced government shutdown
Dear Mr. President, I feel more exhausted writing these 47 letters than Ted Cruz, even after his marathon 21-hour speech. And while I’m no Cruz fan, I simply wish there was one lawmaker on the left who had the cojones to stand up for immigration reform with a 22-hour speech that tops Cruz’s performance.