"Every day, more than 1,000 aspiring Americans are deported, mothers and fathers separated from children."
There's a long way to go. And, unfortunately, the politicians who enabled the corporate criminals on Wall Street seem to be beyond the law's reach.
Today only a few universities are faculty drive. Harvard and the University of Chicago are among them and are among the best institutions in America. So what happened?
Watergate? If the Supreme Court ends all limits on what our super rich can throw into election campaigns, U.S. politics faces dangers more troubling than anything Richard Nixon ever created.
The democratic process was kidnapped by Republicans (and seven Democrats) in the U.S. House of Representatives on October 1.
Voters surveyed also put hemorrhoids, toenail fungus, potholes, and zombies on the list of things they liked better than Congress.
"When all is said and done, the most telling thing that people will remember is that at 12:01 a.m. on Oct. 1, the Republicans shut down the government."
"Punishing federal workers and taxpayers to prove a point is a temper tantrum worthy of a four-year old, not a policy choice of a responsible political party."
For the past several years the winter months in Washington have been consumed in political showdowns over the federal budget.
"Where do these Latinos stand on immigration reform? How do they feel on the debate over it so far? We decided to explore their views."