NY Times Publicizes a Four-Person March in Support of Illegal Immigrants

A "march" from Miami to Washington on behalf of illegal immigrants consisting of four marchers somehow merited a 780-word New York Times article Saturday by reliably pro-amnesty reporter Julia ...

Times Publicizes a Four-Person March in Support of Illegal Immigrants

A four-person Miami-to-Washington march in support of illegal immigrants gets nearly the same level of coverage as the 100,000-strong rally of conservatives at the Capitol did in September.

More Strange Bedfellows: Times Aligns With Business, Docs vs. GOP

In two consecutive lead stories, the Times take the side of business organizations in spats against Republican policies.

U.S. Still Making Life Miserable for Illegals, Says Unidentified Hillary Pollster

One question from a pollster highlighted by the Times: "The anti-immigrant sentiment in the United States is making it more difficult to send money to my family." How, exactly?

Still Sobbing Over Crackdowns on Illegals

Boo hoo: "She is a homeowner, a taxpayer, a friendly neighbor and an American citizen. Yet because she is married to an illegal immigrant, these days she feels like a fugitive."

Poor Mexicans "Being Squeezed" by Decline in Money Sent Home from Illegals

Isn't the plight of poor Mexicans properly the responsibility of Mexico?

Strange Bedfellows: Supporting Agribusiness to Help Illegals

In its quest to paint illegal immigration in sympathetic terms, the Times ponders the plight of agri-business, which might lose cheap labor if a federal crackdown on employers is implemented.

U.S. Making Life Miserable for Illegals, Says Unlabeled Hillary Pollster

The Times runs a pro-illegal immigrant story and quotes the pollster behind it as saying "Mexican immigrants don't feel welcome in the U.S. anymore" - but fails to point out he's also part of ...

Today's Lead Story: "Hispanic Unease" Due to Conservative Defeat of Amnesty

Julia Preston: "Some legal immigrants, particularly Hispanics, have said they were unfairly tarred in the debate over the Senate bill, which failed in part because of vehement opposition from ...

Nativist GOP Doomed By Anti-Amnesty Vote?

"Hispanics may have been deeply alienated by the heated rhetoric" of "the loud echo chamber of talk radio." Also, "supporters said lawmakers had caved in to hateful, nativist, xenophobic ...
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