There is a long, winding path to success, as improbable as it may seem.
The Dem leader in the House may introduce a version of the Senate immigration reform bill -- and challenge Republicans to support it, too.
Syria or no Syria, Republicans will still pay the same price among Latinos if they kill reform.
A California Republican tries to claim he's an immigrant, too
GOP Rep. Spencer Bachus counter-programs Jeff Sessions, Robert Goodlatte and Steve King.
GOP Rep. John Carter is, by one metric, the 11th most conservative in the House, and he's making a good case for comprehensive reform on humanitarian grounds.
The notion that GOP leaders have already decided how to proceed on reform gives them too much credit.
Republicans will not solve their political dilemma with Latinos by embracing half measures.
GOP Rep. Robert Goodlatte seems to suggest Republicans may be able to evade blame if reform dies.