Immigration/Refugees/Border/Homeland Security

Five Immigration Questions for Your Congressman

By The Editor

From Heritage: During the August congressional recess, a pro-amnesty coalition of business and union interests is putting the squeeze on members of the House of Representatives to pass a “comprehensive immigration reform” bill similar…

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The Kind of Immigration Reform We Could Support

The Kind of Immigration Reform We Could Support

By John Biver

Three good articles on immigration reform…first up, from Heritage: The Kind of Immigration Reform We Could Support Yes, there are border security plans that do not require a new 1,000-plus-page bill. As Heritage’s Immigration…

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“Few lawmakers really understand the current size of government and the scope of redistribution”

“Few lawmakers really understand the current size of government and the scope of redistribution”

By John Biver

The above isn’t the headline of the article excerpted here from Chris Edwards, it’s a good (and not surprising) line from the Heritage Foundation study he addresses in the article: Conservative and libertarian scholars are clashing over the findings and political implications of the new Heritage Foundation immigration study. The study spans 92 pages and is jam-packed full of statistics and detailed calculations. […]

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The Amnesty Delusion

By John Biver

A National Review editorial: Having suffered not one but several humiliating defeats on Tuesday, Republicans are in danger of embracing “comprehensive” immigration reform — which is to say, amnesty — out of panic. The…

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A Moral Question for the GOP

By John Biver

From Linda Chavez: [S]ometimes in a democracy, the elected representatives enact bad laws, and the question is what to do about it. We could — and in my view, we should — enact changes…

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