NOGALES, Ariz. — More technology and better coordination among agencies might be what it takes to secure the U.S.-Mexico border enough to offer a path to citizenship to the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the country, a group of senators said.
Hundreds of people gathered Saturday night inside the ballroom
at the Tucson Jewish Community Center to celebrate, learn and eat
different foods presented by five women for the Ethnic Flavors of
A few weeks ago the following press release from the National
Association of Hispanic Journalists was roundly ignored from sea to
shining sea: "NAHJ Urges News Media to Stop Using the Term
'Illegals' When Covering Immigration."
We need to get back to a simpler way of living. My Mexican
grandparents had a distrust of financial institutions, a tradition
of living day to day and only buying what they had money for, a
reluctance to borrow money and an allergy to credit cards.