July 18 re-launch on Matt.org site

Attention, Readers! Re-think Immigration is moving to its new home tomorrow, Wednesday, July 18. Click here to go to the new website. It is functionally identical to this one except that all past comments will stay archived at this website. Comments to new posts should be posted at the new site and will require a quick, painless sign-up process so that everyone has their own unique username.

Friday, June 29, 2007

Friday blog round-up

A daily feature, here we highlight interesting posts, points of view, and links as recorded on the blogosphere.
  • Frank Salvato of NewsByUs writes post-S.1639: "Our politicians have become oblivious to their constitutional duty to their constituencies because we have become apathetic to the governmental process."
  • Joe Gandelman of TheModerateVoice asks if S.1639 being blocked makes "George Bush now a political lame duck—or a political dead duck?"
  • ColoradoMediaMatters reports that two radio hosts in that state "baselessly" asserted that 78 percent of Americans are opposed to immigration reform. The UPI/Zogby poll actually said only 56 percent were.