Almost every country requires those wishing to immigrate to show the means for maintaining self-sufficiency once admitted.
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.
With respect to illegal immigrants and their children, only one thing has changed since the Obama administration. That one thing is that the Trump administration is enforcing the law.
Immigration policy has to be orderly, adherent to duly enacted law and reflective of the will of the people whose country it is.
California has become a foreign country in all but name.
Presidents like FDR, LBJ, JFK, Eisenhower, Truman, Nixon – go down the list – are all well-known for having turned the air blue in meetings at the White House.
In 1951, a short, round, jolly Greek immigrant named Jack Koustoubardis began cooking hamburgers in a tiny little spot on Hillcrest Avenue in Dallas just down the hill from SMU. The place is still there and it’s called the Burger House. Everybody knew Jack. (His real name was actually Prometheus. Jack is the name he chose to authenticate his new status as an American.) The Burger House opened at 11 in the morning, closed at...
Recently I was driving on south Broadway in front of Hogg Middle School in Tyler when I saw a series of yard signs on the campus announcing that progress reports were being issued. The signs appeared in the parkway in front of the school in a row, alternating between signs in English and signs in Spanish. Honest to goodness, if you’re in middle school in Tyler, Texas and you need a sign in Spanish to...