The theme of Joe Biden’s inaugural address was “unity.” His critics notwithstanding, he may actually be bringing national unity about.
Tagged: illegal immigration
The clarity that comes from watching the horror that is taking place in real time in Israel should inform our thinking as to what is taking place concurrently in real time on our southern border.
None of the insanity that seems to be popping up in every direction you look would likely be happening if Donald Trump were still in office.
An immigrant’s encounter with, and processing by, the Customs & Border Protection Agency amounts to de facto permission by the U.S. government for permanent residency in the United States.
I have sympathy for someone who was brought to this country as a child and who has now reached adulthood having never known any other home.
If one of the wealthiest enclaves in the western hemisphere can’t feed and house 50 impoverished migrants, how do they imagine that a poor town like, say, Eagle Pass, Texas deals with thousands of such migrants every single week?
Let just 6,000 illegal migrants – out of an estimated 3.5 million let in so far since Biden took office – land in D.C. demanding food, housing, and health care – and suddenly, according to Mayor Muriel Bowser, it’s a humanitarian crisis.
It’s as if with respect to border security, the U.S. has multiple personality disorder. On one hand clean, fastidious and healthy and on the other dirty, disorderly and diseased.
At one time Democrats weren’t entirely wrong about everything and they certainly weren’t insane as most of them are now.
We choose to accept the risk of disease entering the country via illegal immigration. We don’t have to.
Can anyone explain the wisdom of every year allowing a million or so poor, low-skilled, social services-consuming strangers into a country that is $22 trillion in debt and whose cities are already coping with a burgeoning homeless problem?
If Chuck Schumer voted for a border wall in 2006, what’s his problem in 2019? Simple. There’s a real risk this time that a wall may actually happen.