Undocumented young people - the DREAMers - see the president's move as a result of their more than two years of organizing.
The GOP shows its true face on immigration affairs, and undercuts its own efforts to give itself a more "immigrant friendly" visage.
President Obama today issued a sweeping new directive stopping in its tracks the possible deportation of as many as one million young immigrants.
The vast majority of people in the United States support the DREAM Act.
Undocumented youths from the Campaign for the American Dream arrived here just a few days ago, and are already changing things.
They will, in effect, tell Alabama's governor and legislature, "If we can't appeal to your humanity, then we will appeal to your pocketbooks."
Braving the elements, undocumented youth and Latino voters from acros Indiana came out to voice opposition to Mitt Romney's extreme immigration rhetoric.
As part of a series of national protests against Arizona's SB 1070 law, more than 20,000 people marched here April 29 in Voces de la Frontera's annual May Day march.
Where Arizona and federal laws differ is that Arizona has higher penalties against only the workers and presumes they're undocumented, forcing them to prove their legality.
A vicious backhand to undocumented people, Arizona's SB1070 is a law that allows local police to detain and arrest anyone.