Posted on December 1, 2009 by Justin Fung
Check out this blog I co-wrote with Britt Fuller over at Christians for Comprehensive Immigration Reform: “To Love God is to Love Our Immigrant Neighbors.”
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Posted on November 25, 2009 by Justin Fung
On Immigration (courtesy of Immigration Impact):
- Lou Dobbs, fresh off the heels of his CNN departure and perhaps looking to prime an important constituency, tries to soften his anti-immigrant tone to curry favor with the Hispanic population, and is confronted by Telemundo’s María Celeste.
Honestly, I find it a little hard to believe that he’s “Latinos’ greatest friend,” when only a few years ago he falsely accused undocumented immigrants of bringing leprosy to the U.S.
- Republican Senators try to frame the immigration debate their own way … by making stuff up–sorry, is that too harsh?
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Posted on September 15, 2009 by Justin Fung
- So close … and yet so far: the California Senate passes an ambitious renewable energy bill … which Governor Schwarzenegger says he’s going to veto.
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