According to the article in Washington Post, the president is torn between the softer approach to immigration recommended by his son in law Jared Kushner, and the hardline approach of the immigration hawk Stephen Miller.
Sometimes the harder you try to change things; the more they remain the same.
Replacing DHS Kirstjen Nielsen with someone “tougher” on immigration is not going to solve the border problem.
In its most recent editorial, The Washington Post criticizes the Republicans for not having “advanced a solution for the border.” Nothing new. What is startling is that it hurls a devastating indictment of the Democrats […]
Frustrated by the constant flow of migrants from Central America, President Trump decides to cut off aid to the region.
In a recent talk at the Ideas Summit of the National Review, Senator Marco Rubio proposed that our nation’s immigration system had to “recalibrated” in favor of highly-skilled workers, especially given the growing economic threat of China.
According to the WSJ, the Democrats have introduced a bill that is going to reignite the battle over immigration. Included in the bill is not only legal status but a path to citizenship, perhaps the most divisive issue in our country today.