Barack Obama was neither qualified nor prepared for the presidency, and it's showing.
No shame: The body count may be in the hundreds, and they still scratch the president's back.
A response to a recent PJM article on "immigration restrictionists" by Ruben Navarette.
Those who claim to support legal immigration are often shown to be in favor of drastically restricting legal entrance by immigrants to the U.S.
Eight reasons why Jeb Bush should run, and could defeat Obama in 2012.
Harry Reid and President Obama want Hispanics to believe that it is Republicans who are obstructing immigration legislation, while it has been Democrats who have scuttled efforts at comprehensive reform.
To an Alinskyite, “the end justifies almost any means” and an additional 12 million votes could usher in permanent Democrat majorities in both houses of Congress. What happens thereafter to the nation’s social fabric and our treasury is merely collateral damage.
But the GOP needs to focus on ideas — not token minority candidates.
The intellectually honest should recognize that opposing illegal immigration has nothing to do with racism.
Race played no small role in Barack Obama's losses in West Virginia, Indiana, and Pennsylvania. Ari Kaufman's claim to the contrary in a recent PJM article is just wishful thinking.
The media narrative on the primaries in Indiana and West Virginia hinted at racism as the reason why Obama lost. There are plenty of Hoosiers and Mountaineers who won't take that charge lying down.
Ruben Navarrette Jr. recently argued that there is a double standard against Mexican flags at rallies in the U.S. But the real double standard is another: punishing immigrants who follow the law and rewarding those who do not.
Waving a Mexican flag shouldn't be interpreted as anything more than Mexican-Americans showing pride in their ethnic heritage — just like Jewish-Americans, Irish-Americans, and Italian-Americans do.
Do immigrants, who account for more than one-third of the 9.9 million residents of Los Angeles County, benefit or hinder the economy of the nation's second-largest city?
There are three reasons why building walls and fences along the U.S.-Mexican border might not be the best way to end illegal immigration.
Bill Clinton has developed a knack for saying the ugliest and most inappropriate things about Barack Obama as he campaigns for his wife — and he's not doing it by accident.
Why is there a double standard for liberals when it comes to racist remarks? Ruben Navarette, Jr. thinks the only thing worse than Ferraro's gaffe is how easily it has gone over with the press.
When it comes to trade policy, argues Ruben Navarrette Jr., Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton seem to be all for cowboy diplomacy.
Ruben Navarrette Jr. contends that it's a new world south of the border. Because Mexicans who stay in Mexico now think much more about those who fled to the United States, President Felipe Calderón spent most of this week's trip to the U.S. trying to please his constituents back home.
PJM San Diego: During their Hollywood debate, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton discussed an issue that bedevils the Democratic Party. Ruben Navarrette Jr. writes that one candidate rose to the challenge posed by immigration, while the other just rolled over.
There has been a lot of cozying up to Hispanic voters in the run-up to today's Nevada caucuses. Ruben Navarrette Jr. says the presidential candidates ought to be ashamed of themselves for sacrificing their principles in order to win over - or suppress - this crucial voting bloc.