Jeffery Toobin notes another way Justice Antonin Scalia's bizarre dissent over striking down most of Arizona's SB 1070 went off the rails citing pre-civil control of freed slaves.
Shepard Smith contradicted Fox's own coverage of the Supreme Court's immigration ruling when he and Judge Andrew Napolitano smacked down Airzona Governor Jan Brewer's bizarre claim that the "heart" of her state's law had been "vindicated."
Arizona Republicans touted the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on SB 1070 as a victory today, claiming the law had been validated even though the court blocked three parts of it.
Senate Democrats, led by Chuck Schumer, announced a game plan on Tuesday for dealing with immigration law SB 1070, should the Supreme Court rule in Arizona's favor -- one that would ban states from creating their own immigration legislation.
Will the push for same-sex couples in federal immigration legislation strain an ostensibly wide coalition for comprehensive reform? My contention is- government ought not be influenced by religious perspectives at all – hence there should be no religious coalition of support. It should simply be out of the ambit of religious influence. This may seem like Church vs. State 101 – yet it is so far from what is really happening. What is really happening is that our LGBTQ rights are being dictated by the Church and its simply reprehensible!
Thursday is the first day of Arizona's SB 1070 in action.
Clinton let it slip that the Dept. of Justice is filing a lawsuit against the recently passed AZ law.
One of the unintended effects of SB 1070 is driving out legal residents as well as illegal. Fear of being wrongly accused and dislike for the harsh bill has already been attributed to the recent decline in residency.