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Russell Pearce: 'You Are Not a Citizen of the United States'

Russell Pearce: ‘You Are Not a Citizen of the United States’

by Thoai Lu on March 23 2011, 1:34PM

The self-proclaimed ‘John Wayne of the Legislature’ takes to tentherism to usurp the federal government’s power.

Topics: Immigration

Most Americans Don't Want 14th Amendment Rollbacks

Most Americans Don’t Want 14th Amendment Rollbacks

by Julianne Hing on February 28 2011, 9:19AM

But the poll also found that a majority favors Arizona’s harsh anti-immigration law.

Topics: Immigration

Birthright Citizenship Bills Stalled in Arizona Senate

Birthright Citizenship Bills Stalled in Arizona Senate

by Jamilah King on February 8 2011, 12:28PM

Even some stalwart GOP members seemed skeptical of challenging the Constitution.

Topics: 14th Amendment

Linking Citizens United to Octavia Butler's Science Fiction

Linking Citizens United to Octavia Butler’s Science Fiction

by Jamilah King on January 31 2011, 12:07PM

Activists find inspiration in debate over corporate lobbying.

Topics: Politics

Sens. Vitter and Paul Introduce Birthright Citizenship Bill

Sens. Vitter and Paul Introduce Birthright Citizenship Bill

by Julianne Hing on January 28 2011, 10:53AM

Discussions about American citizenship are at their heart debates about who belongs in this country and who does not.

Topics: 14th Amendment, Immigration

Birthright Citizenship Fight--From Ariz. to the Supreme Court?

Birthright Citizenship Fight—From Ariz. to the Supreme Court?

by Julianne Hing on January 27 2011, 4:37PM

Rep. John Kavanagh says plainly, “We won’t give citizenship like a door prize.”

Topics: 14th Amendment, Immigration

Protesters Don't Let 14th Amendment Rollback Happen Quietly

Protesters Don’t Let 14th Amendment Rollback Happen Quietly

by Julianne Hing on January 6 2011, 3:46PM

One of what’s sure to be the biggest immigration battles of the year is heating up.

Topics: 14th Amendment

Lawmakers in 14 States Coordinate Birthright Citizenship Attack

Lawmakers in 14 States Coordinate Birthright Citizenship Attack

by Julianne Hing on January 5 2011, 5:11PM

The right’s promised battle over the 14th Amendment has officially begun.

Topics: 14th Amendment, Immigration

Efforts to Revoke Birthright Citizenship Move to State Level

Efforts to Revoke Birthright Citizenship Move to State Level

by Julianne Hing on October 20 2010, 11:50AM

The right’s angling to force a Supreme Court case rewriting the 14th Amendment.

Topics: Immigration

Next on Arizona's List? Revoke Birthright Citizenship

Next on Arizona’s List? Revoke Birthright Citizenship

by on October 18 2010, 1:10PM

State Senator Russell Pearce plans to introduce a new wacky bill in January.

Topics: Immigration

Looking Back, and Forward, on Women's Equality Day

Looking Back, and Forward, on Women’s Equality Day

by Michelle Chen on August 26 2010, 4:05PM

Women’s Equality Day is a commemoration of history—the 90th anniversary of the victory of women’s suffrage—as well as a marker of the incomplete struggle for equal rights.

Topics: On Gender

The Other Side of the Anchor: Where Else Do American-born Kids Belong?

The Other Side of the Anchor: Where Else Do American-born Kids Belong?

by Michelle Chen on August 26 2010, 9:20AM

We accept the term “naturalization” for new citizens. What could be more natural than being accepted in the only home you’ve ever known?

Topics: Immigration, On Gender

Is GOP Nodding to Birthers With Birthright Citizenship?

Is GOP Nodding to Birthers With Birthright Citizenship?

by Kai Wright on August 12 2010, 1:20PM

ColorLines commenters add politics, economics to Victor Goode’s constitutional analysis.

Topics: Kai Wright

The Roots of the GOP's Birth Citizenship Mania

The Roots of the GOP’s Birth Citizenship Mania

by Victor Goode on August 12 2010, 11:29AM

Here’s what they’re talking about when they clamor for a review of the 14th Amendment.

Topics: 14th Amendment, Immigration

Defining the Immigrant Family: Legal Reform and Common Sense

Defining the Immigrant Family: Legal Reform and Common Sense

by Michelle Chen on August 12 2010, 9:00AM

A legal analysis of the key problem that current immigration policy cannot answer: who do we call mom and dad?

Topics: Immigration, On Gender

14th Amendment Chatter's Too Much for Even Bush-Era GOP

14th Amendment Chatter’s Too Much for Even Bush-Era GOP

by Kai Wright on August 10 2010, 9:46AM

What’s that tell us about today’s “conservative” leaders?

Topics: 14th Amendment, Kai Wright, Politics

It's Unanimous! GOP Leaders Agree on 14th Amendment Rethink

It’s Unanimous! GOP Leaders Agree on 14th Amendment Rethink

by Kai Wright on August 9 2010, 11:08AM

John Boehner’s worried that Citizenship Clause “does in fact draw more people to our country.”

Topics: 14th Amendment, Immigration, Kai Wright

The 14th Amendment Rollback: See Ya, Bobby Jindal

The 14th Amendment Rollback: See Ya, Bobby Jindal

by Julianne Hing on August 5 2010, 1:48PM

MoJo considers who’d be kicked out if McConnell and Co. got their way.

Topics: 14th Amendment, Immigration, Politics

Here's How Arizona May Target Children of Immigrants

Here’s How Arizona May Target Children of Immigrants

by Daisy Hernandez on June 15 2010, 8:05PM

Arizona state Sen. Russell Pearce confirmed his next legislative target: kids. And he’s busy charting his way around the 14th amendment.

Topics: 14th Amendment, Arizona's SB 1070, Immigration

Perversion of Justice: Citizens United, Corporate Power and Black Disenfranchisement

by Michelle Chen on January 25 2010, 5:56AM

Corporations are people, too. That was the logic behind the Supreme Court’s latest assault on the electoral process. Divined from a wildly creative reading of the law, the concept has been manipulated over the years to grant extraordinary powers…

Topics: Politics

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