Conventional political wisdom these days holds that the Republican Party has to soften its stance on immigration if it’s going to reverse the trend that has seen it lose the popular vote in five of the last six presidential elections.


But stuff like THIS defies that wisdom:


Immigration reform’s chances in the House are looking bleaker after one of the top Republicans tasked with shepherding a bill to passage ruled out a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.


Rep. Bob Goodlatte [above], chair of the Judiciary Committee that will mark up any House legislation on the issue, told NPR this week ...

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Conventional political wisdom these days holds that the Republican Party has to soften its stance on immigration if it’s going to reverse the trend that has seen it lose the popular vote in five of the last six presidential elections.

But stuff like THIS defies that wisdom:

Immigration reform’s chances in the House are looking bleaker after one of the top Republicans tasked with shepherding a bill to passage ruled out a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.

Rep. Bob Goodlatte [above], chair of the Judiciary Committee that will mark up any House legislation on the issue, told NPR this week ...

Read more