Even though information on any topic is readily available with the tap of a finger, the American populace is both less informed and simultaneously more misinformed than at any time in the last century.
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?
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.
We’re becoming used to incompetence and failure.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki was at a loss to tell reporters how the president planned to fill up his day Tuesday.
The United States is a vast country filled with millions and millions of good people. We will turn this around.
As we said in this space after the 2020 election, Trumpism is here to stay no matter what happens to Trump.
We choose to accept the risk of disease entering the country via illegal immigration. We don’t have to.
If white-hot hatred of Donald Trump alone is sufficient to get one or another of the announced Democrats elected, what then will that Democrat do to govern more effectively than Donald Trump has?
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?