A new exhibit at the Autry Museum showcases how the newspaper-turned-magazine shaped history and resonates with today's national issues.
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Members of the San Diego-area Minutemen and other anti-immigration groups voiced their displeasure with Barack Obama's stance on the issue outside the National Council of La Raza convention in San Diego on Sunday.
Following an appearance by Barack Obama the day before, Sen. John McCain faced some tough questions about his stance on immigration Monday at a meeting with members of the National Council of La Raza in San Diego, where he denied Obama's claim that he had changed his tune on the immigration issue to please his Republican base.
Civil rights leader Al Sharpton and Wal-Mart CEO Lee Scott have found common ground on the issue of immigration reform. Appearing at the annual conference of the Hispanic organization La Raza, the unlikely cohorts gave speeches demanding a revival of the immigration debate. Sharpton raised the specter of racism and criticized presidential candidates who, he said, wink at voters of color and then often fail to deliver.