immigration

A wall we could get behind (and one we can't)

June 22, 2007 - As the Washington "immigration debate" begins to look more and more like "political theater," it's refreshing to hear some new ideas. Here's one from officials in Texas, who live the immigration issue every day:

Asian-Americans flex political muscle

June 2, 2006 - Current debates over U.S. immigration have centered largely around unauthorized workers and families, especially Latinos. But as our recent issue of Southern Exposure, "East Meets South" showed, another growing presence in the South are Asian-Americans.

Has the immigrant backlash arrived?

May 13, 2006 - As we reported earlier, one of the most striking features of the "Day Without Immigrants" boycott earlier this month was the almost total capitulation of business leaders to the events.