"This is the most critical election in American history; we have five million families who long to come out from the shadows."
"The Republican Party has done nothing to reach out to them, even though in 2012 the leadership of the GOP vowed to make it more inclusive."
"This was more than just an attack on the LGBTQ community; the victims were overwhelmingly young and Latino."
One point of view is that some on Wall Street back Hillary Clinton because they fear Trump's "unpredictability" and the effect it could have on financial markets.
More people are realizing that the priority for November has to be not merely stopping Trump, but stopping the Republican candidate whoever he may be.
Once again, right wingers have come up with a scheme to dilute and diminish the voting power of minorities, and they might get what they want.
Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign has been petitioning for ballot status all over the Lone Star state, and the payoff is now.
If implemented, the executive order, issued by President Obama a year ago, would prevent families from being broken up.
This Friday marks the one-year anniversary of Obama's announcement of executive action on immigration.
Today, and for the rest of the weekend, School of the Americas Watch (SOA Watch) will gather on its 25th anniversary.