It would be good if all immigrants came here legally. But America makes that difficult.
People who entered the United States illegally may be called “undocumented” in politically correct circles, but what is all too well documented is the utter irresponsibility of both political parties in dealing with immigration issues.
Europe is currently in the process of paying the price for years of importing millions of people from a culture hostile to the fundamental values of Western culture.
If immigration laws are, as I hold, violations of individual rights, it is up to the courts, not the President, to determine that.
What happens when the immigrant does that, goes to the U.S. embassy and says, I’d like to work in America legally?
Dr. Yaron Brook, president of the Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights, calls for an open immigration policy, saying that the government’s only function should be to protect individual rights.
Most immigrants recognize that America is the land of opportunity. If we let enough in, perhaps their number will offset the growing number of the native born who simper that America is the land of entitlement.
Keith Weiner examines the monstrous injustice of anti-immigration policy and the arguments used to justify it.
If there is a terrorist attack through our southern border, will Americans allow President Obama, congressional Democrats, the news media and progressives and liberals to deny that their weak border security policy was responsible?
Even as the federal government fails to control the southern border, it sends the Border Patrol farther into the interior, where Americans complain that agents harass people who are already U.S. citizens.