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Monday, May 3, 2010
The silence is deafening. It’s always amazing to watch conservative commentators feed the inflamed debate over immigration, an issue steeped in bigotry and hatred, without once mentioning bigotry and hatred. The more obvious the racism, the louder the silence. It would be difficult to contrive a more obvious example...
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
With Gov. Jim Doyle and Democrats in control of both houses of the Legislature, long-overdue reforms affecting limits on teacher pay and funding of transit—blocked by Republicans for years—were included in the state budget with little fuss. Sadly, one issue remains excruciatingly difficult...
Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Immigration raids in homes, on the street

It sounds like something that happens in Baghdad or 1980s El Salvador— individuals being taken from their homes, never to return again. But it isn’t happening a world away in a war zone or under a brutal regime.