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Washington Post ombudsman Deborah Howell offers "Immigration Coverage in the Crossfire" (link): Readers who oppose illegal immigration often complain that The Post has too much sympathy for those living in the United States illegally and too little for those who oppose this... ...A review of immigration stories, mostly local, over the past year and several months, showed that the coverage was mostly straightforward and informative...
Jonathan Weisman of the Washington Post offers "For Republicans, Contest's Hallmark Is Immigration": ...And just days after he delivered a passionate defense of the humanity of undocumented children in a Republican debate, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee presented one of the most punitive immigration platforms seen in this campaign season, rejecting legislation to provide the children of illegal immigrants a path to citizenship if they finish high school, at
Shailagh Murray and Jonathan Weisman of the Washington Post offer "Talk of Resurrecting Immigration Bill Begins as Autopsy Goes On" (washingtonpost . com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/06/08/AR2007060802771.html). I see that Mickey Kaus has also pointed to this paragraph:
A couple days ago, Jonathan Weisman of the Washington Post gave corrupt legislators a pep talk ("Backers of Immigration Bill More Optimistic"). Now, let's take off the rose-colored glasses and read about a new Rasmussen Reports poll: Just 24% of Arizona voters favor passage of the bill while 50% are opposed.