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The 5 Most Common Mistakes People Make When Applying for Citizenship (VIDEO)

The 5 Most Common Mistakes People Make When Applying for Citizenship (VIDEO)

Becoming a naturalized citizen can be one of the most important milestones in an immigrant’s life. But it’s not always easy. There’s lots of paperwork to fill out, appointments to keep and tests to pass. The following are the five most common mistakes people make when applying for citizenship. By avoiding these you’ll be able to save money, time and perhaps most importantly, stress. continue reading »

Let’s Not Linger in Afghanistan- Editorial by Three US Senators

Let’s Not Linger in Afghanistan- Editorial by Three US Senators

Last month President Obama announced plans for withdrawing by next summer the approximately 30,000 American troops sent to Afghanistan as part of the 2009 surge. We commend the president for sticking to the July date he had outlined for beginning the withdrawal. However, his plan would not remove all regular combat troops until 2014. continue reading »

Up to 220,000 California Children Excluded from Health Care Reform Due to Immigrant Status

Up to 220,000 California Children Excluded from Health Care Reform Due to Immigrant Status

Restrictions on eligibility for health care reform programs will result in the potential exclusion of up to 220,000 children from affordable health care coverage in California, according to a new policy brief from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research. continue reading »

Hispanic National Bar Association Commends Nomination of Sarah Saldaña as US Attorney N. Texas

Hispanic National Bar Association Commends Nomination of Sarah Saldaña as US Attorney N. Texas

The Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) applauds President Barack H. Obama's decision to nominate Sarah Saldaña to the post of U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas. continue reading »

Statement from U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan in Advance of his DREAM Act Testimony

Statement from U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan in Advance of his DREAM Act Testimony

The DREAM Act is a common-sense piece of legislation that is in keeping with core American values. By creating opportunities for these bright and talented young people to attend college, not only will they have a chance to realize the American dream, but they will be able to strengthen the American economy and make our workforce stronger. continue reading »

Dick Durbin: New Life for DREAM Act…PLEASE Show Support Here

Dick Durbin: New Life for DREAM Act…PLEASE Show Support Here

More than 10 years ago, I wrote the DREAM Act to address an injustice: thousands of promising young people who were brought here as children -- without a choice -- and grew up pledging allegiance to the American flag are not able to fully contribute to this country. continue reading »

The Two by 2020 Mentoring Challenge

The Two by 2020 Mentoring Challenge

It came to me tonight on an airplane, the answer to the “What can each of us do?” question about improving today’s dismal higher education levels of American Latinos. The need for ALL college-educated Americans to understand the gravity of the situation and to step up and be personally involved as a long-term mentor must be clearly understood. This post does that. continue reading »

Jon Stewart Spanks Fox News LIVE On Fox News (VIDEO)

Jon Stewart Spanks Fox News LIVE On Fox News (VIDEO)

It’s clear that Chris Wallace thought this interview would go very differently. Really, Fox, who did you think you were messing with? Watch: continue reading »

Antiabortion Groups Launch Attacks on Latinas’ Health, Rights, and Dignity

Antiabortion Groups Launch Attacks on Latinas’ Health, Rights, and Dignity

Antiabortion rights activists are at it again. But instead of targeting African-American women’s reproductive health they’re focused on Latinas. continue reading »

Workers of Color Dominate Domestic Services but Lack Union Rights

Workers of Color Dominate Domestic Services but Lack Union Rights

An estimated 2.5 million people work every year in domestic services, helping us take care of our children, cleaning our homes, and caring for our aging parents and grandparents, but without protections or basic workers’ rights. continue reading »

President Obama Visits Puerto Rico

This week President Obama traveled to San Juan, Puerto Rico for the first official visit by a sitting U.S. President to the island since President Kennedy visited in 1961. The visit follows a comprehensive report of the continue reading »

Open Letter to Arizona Senator After He Shows up Wearing Sombrero and 1/2 Filled Bottle of Tequilla

Open Letter to Arizona Senator After He Shows up Wearing Sombrero and 1/2 Filled Bottle of Tequilla

Yuma County has had a long standing tradition of sending Representatives and Senators to the State Capital that have displayed a code of conduct conducive to the position they hold as elected officials. continue reading »

Cain Trips Over The Constitution Again, Bungles The 14th Amendment At GOP Debate (VIDEO)

Cain Trips Over The Constitution Again, Bungles The 14th Amendment At GOP Debate (VIDEO)

Former Godfather’s Pizza CEO and Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain has had his struggles with the Constitution lately, confusing it and the Declaration of Independence, misunderstanding a clause about bankruptcy, and failing to grasp the unconstitutionality of religious tests in determining someone’s fitness for employment. continue reading »

Alabama’s Immigration Law Targeting Children Hits New Low

Alabama’s Immigration Law Targeting Children Hits New Low

Alabama Governor Robert Bentley signed HB 56, a draconian law that takes immigration enforcement beyond Arizona’s SB 1070.While the law mimics SB 1070 by requiring local law enforcement to verify peoples’ immigration status during a stop, it also hits new lows by forcing public schools to make continue reading »

Fox News Propagates Evidence-Free Attack Scapegoating Undocumented Immigrants For Higher Crime Rates

Fox News' America Live repeated the accusation that undocumented immigrants have increased crime rates in Hazleton, Pennsylvannia. However, America Live failed to report that the there is no evidence supporting continue reading »