Top Leaderboard, Site wide
Shop the Truthdig Gift Guide 2014
December 25, 2014
Truthdig: Drilling Beneath the Headlines
Sign up for Truthdig's Email NewsletterLike Truthdig on FacebookFollow Truthdig on TwitterSubscribe to Truthdig's RSS Feed

Get Truthdig's headlines in your inbox!


Truthdig Bazaar more items

 
Tags

Tag: Immigration

Border Patrol

Share
Posted on Jun 18, 2012 READ MORE



Photo by Gage Skidmore (CC-BY-SA)

Obama’s Leadership on Immigration Leaves Romney at a Loss for Words

If taking action on the immigration issue is good politics for Obama and the Democrats, then Republicans have only themselves to blame.

Posted on Jun 18, 2012 READ MORE



Gage Skidmore

Romney Predicts Wisconsin Victory, GOP Birthers Mock Obama and More

A look at the day’s political happenings, including Mitt Romney’s latest campaign stop, Rick Santorum on whether he wants to serve in a Romney administration and a lawmaker performing in the “The Vagina Monologues.”

Posted on Jun 18, 2012 READ MORE



Photo by Gage Skidmore

Arizona Sheriff Arpaio’s Office Arrests 6-Year-Old

A 6-year-old girl suspected of being in the U.S. illegally was arrested by the office of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Arizona on Friday. Ironically, the arrest came just after President Obama announced he would make it easier for the children of undocumented immigrants to stay in this country.

Posted on Jun 18, 2012 READ MORE


‘Left, Right & Center’: My Big Fat Greek Tragedy

Bankers are bracing for international financial chaos as Greek voters head to the polls to decide on an austerity plan that could kiss the euro bye-bye. But that’s not the only major world event happening, with Egypt’s military tossing the recent Democratic elections aside as it dissolves the country’s parliament.

Posted on Jun 15, 2012 READ MORE



U.S. Army/Staff Sgt. Jim Greenhill (CC BY 2.0)

Bringing the Battlefield to the Border

The U.S.-Mexico border was the “line of scrimmage” and the rest of the world a football field inside the brightly-lit convention hall in Phoenix, where hundreds of salespeople peddling their border-enforcement products and national security wares were scrambling for an edge in the exploding markets of border patrol and social control.

Posted on Jun 7, 2012 READ MORE


Border Choices

Share
Posted on May 21, 2012 READ MORE


Bill Moyers: Life on the Border

Bill Moyers begins his latest show by saying, “There is no stretch of territory in the world quite like the borderlands between the United States and Mexico. ... ” And he’s right.

Posted on May 7, 2012 READ MORE


Bright Immigrants Promise Bright Future for America

For the second straight year, Granada Hills Charter High School in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles has won the National Academic Decathlon.

Posted on May 4, 2012 READ MORE



AP/Mary Altaffer

Organizers, Not Occupiers: The Young People Working in the Shadows of a National Movement

By chance, the revelation of how Apple evades millions of dollars in taxes broke three days before May Day, when workers of the world traditionally protest such injustice.

Posted on May 1, 2012 READ MORE


What Immigration ‘Crisis’?

Now that the immigration “crisis” has solved itself, this is the perfect time for Congress and the president to agree on a package of sensible, real-world reforms.

Posted on Apr 26, 2012 READ MORE


Death on the Border

In May 2010, Anastasio Hernandez-Rojas, a 32-year-old Mexican immigrant, was handcuffed, hogtied, kicked, beaten and tased five times before he died in the custody of U.S. Border Patrol officers, who justified their actions by claiming he resisted arrest. New eyewitness video says otherwise.

Posted on Apr 24, 2012 READ MORE



Photo by (CC-BY)

France: Socialist Victory Overshadowed by ‘Big Healthy Blonde Girl’

Until his daughter, Marine, captured 19 percent of the vote in France’s first round of presidential elections Sunday, Jean Marie Le Pen was the country’s most politically successful right-wing crazy. In a way he saw this coming, promoting his daughter, as The Guardian recalls, as a “big healthy blonde girl ... an ideal physical specimen.”

Posted on Apr 22, 2012 READ MORE



AP / Jacques Brinon

President Sarkozy Maneuvers to Benefit From Toulouse Violence

No one gained more from the crisis in Toulouse than President Nicolas Sarkozy, for whom law and order has always been a calling card.

Posted on Mar 25, 2012 READ MORE



Wikimedia Commons / Kyro (CC-BY)

Sarkozy Slapped With the Ultimate French Slight

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has already famously been called “Sarko the American,” but the campaign team behind his challenger François Hollande (pictured) found another brand of international insult to toss at the incumbent and see if it sticks in time to do damage at the polls in April.

Posted on Mar 12, 2012 READ MORE


‘Out and Occupy’ Condemns Corporate ‘Pinkwashing ’

This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Occupy and labor activists target gay-friendly marketing, Mitt Romney’s immigration issues, Ron Paul challenges liberals, Lisa Bloom on pop culture dieting and Apple lovers take action.

Posted on Feb 3, 2012 READ MORE



Photo illustration from an image by Colin Grey (CC-BY)

‘Out and Occupy’ Condemns Corporate ‘Pinkwashing’

This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Occupy and Labor activists target gay-friendly marketing, Mitt Romney’s immigration issues, Ron Paul challenges liberals, Lisa Bloom on pop culture dieting and Apple lovers take action.

Posted on Feb 3, 2012 READ MORE



Occupy Targets Obama

Occupy Des Moines protesters decide it’s high time to occupy the Democratic headquarters, and they won’t be the last; Jon Stewart’s “Daily Show” gets more viewers than Fox News; and one of America’s most visible poets fell out of grace thanks to a racist poem. These discoveries and more after the jump.

Posted on Jan 1, 2012 READ MORE



Clay Junell (CC-BY-SA)

Fewer and Fewer Reasons for the West to Fixate on the Mideast

There are only three valid reasons why the Middle East, the focus of international attention as 2012 begins, is important to the United States and the European nations.

Posted on Dec 29, 2011 READ MORE


No Milk and Cookies This Year

Share
Posted on Dec 5, 2011 READ MORE



DonkeyHotey (CC-BY-SA)

Romney Still Waiting for GOP Love

Maybe Jon Huntsman will be the next candidate to see a meteoric rise and fall in his poll numbers. Pretty soon, though, we’re going to run out of meteors.

Posted on Nov 27, 2011 READ MORE



Gage Skidmore (CC-BY-SA)

Realism and Compassion: Unacceptable in Today’s GOP

Tasteless and questionable as it was for CNN to “co-sponsor” a Republican presidential debate with a pair of right-wing Washington think-tanks, at least the branding was accurate.

Posted on Nov 24, 2011 READ MORE



AP / Ross D. Franklin

Dozens Arrested in Arizona Drug Bust

After a 17-month investigation led by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, federal, state and local authorities cracked down on a vast drug-smuggling network in Arizona that officials tied to Mexico’s Sinaloa cartel, making 76 arrests in three separate raids.

Posted on Oct 31, 2011 READ MORE


Colbert to Alabama: I Told You So

What happens when migrant workers in Alabama decide that the state’s labor laws make it too risky to keep doing the grueling work nobody else is willing to do? Answer: They leave.  (more)

Posted on Oct 27, 2011 READ MORE


‘Frontline’ Investigates Obama’s Record Deportations

This year the United States will deport 400,000 immigrants, a million since Obama took office, reports PBS’ “Frontline” in a groundbreaking investigation of the president’s immigration policies. In short: Obama makes George W. Bush look soft.

Posted on Oct 20, 2011 READ MORE



Flickr / gademocrats (CC-BY)

Jimmy Carter Still Has Hope

One day before this year’s Nobel Peace Prize winner is to be announced, President and Nobel laureate Jimmy Carter said that he still hopes President Obama will make good on the promises he made that ultimately won him the prize two years ago.

Posted on Oct 6, 2011 READ MORE


Dennis Kucinich and Chris Hedges on the 99 Percent

This week on Truthdig Radio in collaboration with KPFK: Rep. Dennis Kucinich and Chris Hedges explain why the 99 percenters are “the best among us.” Plus: Occupy L.A., Obama’s “secure communities” and modern midwifery. Update: Full transcript.

Posted on Oct 6, 2011 READ MORE



Photo illustration from an image by Colin Grey

Dennis Kucinich and Chris Hedges on the 99 Percent

This week on Truthdig Radio in collaboration with KPFK: Rep. Dennis Kucinich and Chris Hedges explain why the 99 percenters are “the best among us.” Plus: Occupy L.A., Obama’s “secure communities” and modern midwifery.

Posted on Oct 6, 2011 READ MORE



Photo illustration from an image by Colin Grey

Juan Cole on Palestinian Statehood

This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Juan Cole reports from New York on Occupy Wall Street and Palestinians at the U.N. Also: The politics of immigration; women make less than men (still), and a jury convicts the Irvine 11.

Posted on Sep 29, 2011 READ MORE


Juan Cole on Palestinian Statehood

This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Juan Cole reports from New York on Occupy Wall Street and Palestinians at the U.N. Also: The politics of immigration; women still earn less than men, and a jury convicts the Irvine 11. Pictured above, Nawaf Salam, Lebanon’s ambassador to the U.N.

Posted on Sep 29, 2011 READ MORE



Flickr / jim.greenhill (CC-BY)

ICE Arrests Almost 3,000 Convicted Criminal Immigrants

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said Wednesday that the agency had arrested almost 3,000 immigrants previously convicted of crimes. The arrests came in a seven-day “Cross Check” operation that spanned all 50 states and four U.S. territories.

Posted on Sep 28, 2011 READ MORE


Mike Farrell on Troy Davis and Political Cowardice

On this week’s episode of Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Mike Farrell on Troy Davis, the battle for Latino voters, 9/11 by the numbers and Robert Scheer on America’s record poverty.

Posted on Sep 15, 2011 READ MORE



Photo illustration from an image by Colin Grey

Mike Farrell on Troy Davis and Political Cowardice

On this week’s episode of Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Mike Farrell on Troy Davis, the battle for Latino voters, 9/11 by the numbers and Robert Scheer on America’s record poverty.

Posted on Sep 15, 2011 READ MORE



Albert Sabaté

The Other Israelis

Israel began importing workers after the government choked off the flow of cheap Palestinian labor. Abuse and corruption are rampant as employers take advantage of a revolving-door policy meant to protect the state’s Jewish identity.

Posted on Aug 7, 2011 READ MORE


Norway Attacks and Europe’s Failed Immigration Policies

The events in Norway were in a twisted way the product of Western ideas about the rivalry and clashes of civilizations, which persist.

Posted on Jul 26, 2011 READ MORE



Flickr / Possum1500

Criminal Justice: ‘Normalizing’ Exploitation

After Georgia’s new immigration law chased away many of its farm laborers, the state launched a dubious plan to fill the void with probationers, who lack the experience needed to do harvesting work, especially in the current heat wave. (more)

Posted on Jul 25, 2011 READ MORE



Flickr / dherrera_96

Deep in the Heart of Texas’ Drug Trade

Texas Gov. Rick Perry points to his hyper pro-business policies to explain the fact that 37 percent of the nation’s new jobs created over the last two years were in his state. New York magazine has another suggestion though: the region’s multibillion-dollar drug trade. (more)

Posted on Jul 24, 2011 READ MORE



Photo illustration from an image by Colin Grey

The Power Behind a Clean Energy Future

This week on Truthdig Radio in collaboration with KPFK: Why a battery breakthrough is the key to our clean energy future; how boosting the minimum wage could lift the economy; we check in with immigration; and Robert Scheer talks about the sinful love between the tea party and Goldman Sachs. Also: On the ground in Gaza.

Posted on Jul 6, 2011 READ MORE


The Power Behind a Clean Energy Future

This week on Truthdig Radio in collaboration with KPFK: Why a battery breakthrough is the key to clean energy; how boosting the minimum wage could lift the economy; we check in with immigration; and Robert Scheer talks about the sinful love between the tea party and Goldman Sachs. Also: On the ground in Gaza. Update: Full transcript.

Posted on Jul 6, 2011 READ MORE


Immigrants’ Dream

Share
Posted on Jul 1, 2011 READ MORE


The Ruinous Rant of John McCain

The decline of the Grand Old Party into an angry mob is gaining momentum, with crackpot rage displacing common sense on every major issue from public finance to marriage rights.

Posted on Jun 26, 2011 READ MORE



Dan Bennett (CC-BY)

McCain Blames Wildfires on Immigrant Smoke Signals (Video)

While five wildfires burn up Arizona, Sen. John McCain has decided now is the perfect time for demagoguery. (more)

Posted on Jun 20, 2011 READ MORE


Fixing U.S. Immigration

Share
Posted on Jun 13, 2011 READ MORE


Language Barrier

Share
Posted on Jun 9, 2011 READ MORE



Flickr / Susan Sharpless Smith

Alabama Goes Arizona One Better

The state-sponsored assault on illegal immigrants continues, this time in Alabama, where Republican legislators have pushed through a sweeping bill that makes last year’s discriminatory Arizona law look unambitious and feeble. (more)

Posted on Jun 6, 2011 READ MORE


Supreme Court
supremecourtus.gov

High Court Takes On Immigration Legislation

What are we to make of Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling, which will make life more difficult for Arizona employers who deliberately hire undocumented workers? The Atlantic’s Andrew Cohen offered his perspective later that day.

Posted on May 27, 2011 READ MORE


Immigrants for Sale

Brave New Films sent us this must-watch primer on the big business (to the tune of $5 billion annually) of immigrant imprisonment. Watch and connect the dots between shady right-wing lobbyists, state legislators and private dungeons.

Posted on May 12, 2011 READ MORE



Scott Tucker

May Day: A Festival of Solidarity

This year, the May Day march in Los Angeles was notably smaller than in recent years, but still lively and militant. The year-by-year count of May Day marchers can never be an exact science, but the history of labor is full of surprises.

Posted on May 4, 2011 READ MORE


Welcome

Share
Posted on Apr 28, 2011 READ MORE    


The Utah Compact

Share
Posted on Apr 21, 2011 READ MORE


View older articles: « First  <  4 5 6 7 8 >  Last »

View the most popular tags overall?

 
Right 1, Site wide - BlogAds Premium
 
Right Skyscraper, Site Wide
Right 2, Site wide - Blogads
 
Join the Liberal Blog Advertising Network
 
 
 

A Progressive Journal of News and Opinion   Zuade Kaufman, Publisher   Robert Scheer, Editor-in-Chief
© 2014 Truthdig, LLC. All rights reserved.