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GOP loses the Senate, thanks in part to Tea Party - 11/06/12

... Teaparty candidate Todd Akin. In Indiana, Rep. Joe Donnelly handily beat Teaparty candidate Richard Mourdock. In Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren beat Scott Brown. While Brown ran from Teaparty ideas, his campaign and supporters did things in a very Teaparty way: concentrating on "Fauxcahontas" and other issues instead of simply showing how Warren is wrong on policy. Perhaps one day the GOP will...

Teaparty leader Grover Norquist hypes amnesty, wants "dramatically more immigrants in the U.S." (+ Ali Noorani, Leith Anderson, Shurtleff) - 10/12/12

... time? Among others, these people: Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller: "State governments are understandably frustrated with the failure of the federal government to perform its duty establishing immigration policy and enforcing existing immigration laws. Our hope is that a candid discussion of the impact on states and communities will help refocus attention on states' needs in terms of public...

ACLU, NILC sue Indiana over immigration law (Matricula Consular cards) - 05/25/11

... Immigration Law Center are suing Indiana over that state's Arizona-style immigration law; press release at [1]. 1. The Indiana law apparently seeks to criminalize cards similar to the Matricula Consular card. I haven't read Indiana's law, but if what the ACLU implies is correct, then Indiana made a mistake. Instead of criminalizing in one way or another the use of the card, they should have just...

Mitch Daniels is weak on Indiana immigration bill, apparently only supports least effective parts - 04/13/11

Indiana state Senator Mike Delph is trying to pass an Arizona-style immigration bill in that state [1]. In an interview [2], Indiana governor Mitch Daniels opposes the part of the bill that would allow police to ask about someone's immigration status during a "lawful stop, detention, or arrest". While it's not exactly clear what specific parts of the bill Daniels opposes and supports [3], he...

Mitch Daniels' incredibly ironic CPAC speech (no immigration, but invasion) - 02/11/11

Current Indiana governor Mitch Daniels spoke at CPAC earlier today and gave a speech that's received rave reviews from such fellow worthies as Mary Katharine Ham of the Daily Caller (full text here). The speech concentrated on (no big surprise) spending rather than issues that are actually more important and more fundamental such as immigration. The speech didn't mention immigration at all. But...

Indiana gov. Mitch Daniels on immigration: not good, but not enough information for full picture - 02/26/10

Indiana governor Mitch Daniels is being mentioned as a fiscal conservative, policy wonk Republican candidate for president in 2012. Like most "fiscal conservatives", he appears to support massive/illegal immigration despite the costs involved and despite how it gives even more power to those on the other side from him. There doesn't appear to be much of a paper trail on him, but most of it isn't...

March 10 Committee - 10/30/07

... Chicago Coalition Central de Indiana por los immigrantes Coiufeimex/NALACL Combar & Nalacc Committee for Phil issues Answer/Coalition Comnunity Media Workship Concilio de Bensenullo Confemex SEIU Local 20 Contratiempo Magazine Council of Islamic Organization of Greater Chicago CWC Durango Unido en Chicago Durengo Unido Coufeime El Conquistador Newspaper ElValor Pilsen...

Macquarie buys Texas newspaper chain (Trans-Texas Corridor) - 01/28/07

... toll roads, including one in Indiana that it co-owns with the Spanish conglomerate Cintra. The latter company will operate the Trans-Texas Corridor, and one of Macquarie's subsidiaries has just bought a chain of 40 small Texas newspapers, some of which were critical of the TTC. Dallas Morning News President Jeremy L. Halbreich started the chain, and he'll stay on in a management capacity. Now,...

"Banks aim to help immigrants send money home" - 01/27/06

... community banks in Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin; however, the program was recently launched in Austin, Texas, and Los Angeles. Since October, as many as 50 banks across 20 states have enrolled in the Directo a Mexico program, with more expected to join in the coming months. These fee-reducing initiatives, along with the fact that US banks have been able to accept the Mexican consular...

Who is the FDIC? And, why are they working with a foreign government to subvert our laws? - 09/20/04

... undocumented immigrants in Northwest Indiana; Fifth Third Bank plans to follow suit this month. TCF and Fifth Third will be among the largest banks in the United States to offer the new loans. They join about 15 other banks in the Midwest to do so... "[David Creel, TCF Bank vice president for marketing says] Most of these folks want to become U.S. citizens, so there is a good intent here... We...