A Republican testified before a Senate committee Monday to call the "Gang of Eight" immigration bill an "excellent starting point," but said he feels that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender families were left out of the proposed legislation.No, this isn't the The Onion.See also:-Pervgate
Senator John McCain -- who's been barking about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, for quite some time now -- has officially upset the president over the matter.McCain has insisted that there's either a coverup or incompetence coming from the Obama administration over its response ... More >>
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Gentlemen, with Shakira in our corner, the war over SB 1070 may be won
Colombian pop tart Shakira will be in town on Thursday to lend her voice to the chorus of those opposing the state's racist new immigration law.
She'll be in Phoenix Thursday to meet with Phoenix Mayor ... More >>
ALIPAC founder William Gheen thinks Senator Lindsey Graham is gay.William Gheen, founder of the anti-illegal immigration group Americans for Legal Immigration-PAC, who once told this reporter to only submit questions to him via-email so he could "shove them up [my] ass," is making some outrageous ... More >>
After our earlier post about ALIPAC founder William Gheen's accusations that South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham is gay, we got word from J.D. Hayworth's campaign spokesman, who says the campaign does not support the comments made by Gheen, but that's as much as the campaign is willing to s ... More >>
Activist Cuauhtlatohuac leads anti-Napolitano protesters in a chantAbout 50 protesters from groups such as Puente and the newly formed LUCHA (Living United for Change in Arizona) demonstrated against Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano as she spoke at ASU Thursday night ... More >>