Monthly Archives: May 2006

Senate Passes Immigration Reform, House Conservatives Snarl

With the US Senate finally passing their “comprehensive” immigration reform bill, we’ve moved a bit closer to a showdown between the ultraconservatives and pretty much everyone else. Somehow we’re supposed to be happy that the House bill is “just a … Continue reading

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Senate Moves on Immigration “Reform”

The LA Times is reporting that Republicans and Democrats in the US Senate have reached a compromise on immigration reform.  The key for Dems was the question of who would be on the Senate negotiating team when the bill goes … Continue reading

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Conservative Victim Mongering

Every once in a while I feel the need to read George Will.  Not sure why.  Parenting has really cut down my Sunday-morning political show watching, so I don’t get my fix there anymore.  Just crazy, I guess. Anywhoo, the … Continue reading

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Day After M1: A Look at the Papers

Well the big day has come and gone.  Massive protests in LA, Chicago, New York.  A veritable general strike.  How’s the media doing with it?  Not so well. Maybe it’s just naive to think that something as big as these … Continue reading

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