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Justice Department files lawsuit against Arizona

Good news, though it’s sorry that it’s come to this—the Justice Department is now officially moving to sue the state of Arizona over the “papers please” law. The argument is that the law usurps the federal government’s authority over issues such as immigration law enforcement. I’m sure the lawyers out…

But it’s not about racism

Supporters of the Arizona “papers please” law keep insisting that the only motivation for the law is a strict love of law-and-order, and that racism has nothing to do with it. And that anyone who disagrees is the real racist because neener neener neener. We’re expected to believe that this…

Arizona’s hateful climate gets uglier

If anyone thought the Arizona “papers please” law was going to be the end of the wildly racist legislating going on in Arizona, well, I wish I could say I had good news for you. But I don’t. Phase I appears to harassing adult Hispanics in Arizona, and now Phase…

Boycott!

I’ve held off blogging about the new law in Arizona that puts everyone (at least everyone Hispanic) in danger of being treated as guilty until proven innocent on the charges of illegal immigration. It was a classic case of feeling like everything that needed to be said was said better…

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