President Trump’s policy of separating parents and children at the border is certainly cruel, but the media isn’t telling the entire story.
In a segment on ABC’s ‘The View’ on Wednesday, Meghan McCain said that part of what makes a nation is its ability to secure its own border.
A caravan of 1,200 Central Americans headed for the United States could provoke a crisis that forces us to face the root causes of our failed immigration system.
Maybe Congress doesn’t want to fund Trump’s wall because it would never work, not even if the U.S. military built it and deployed along the southern border.
The complexities and realities of the U.S.-Mexico border are inescapable in the Rio Grande Valley, far from the immigration reform platitudes of Washington.
Jose Garcia Zarate is far from alone in illegally returning to the United States (multiple times!) following deportation. As Kate Steinle’s case shows, deportation is not enough.
Immigration laws serve the moral purpose of regulating entry into the nation and safeguarding against unwanted or dangerous intruders.
If our government granted Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos permission to stay in the country for nearly a decade, it is perfidious for it to turn around one day and throw her out.
Wracked by drug wars and corruption, Mexico is in a state of crisis. If Trump wants a secure border, he should help stabilize, not isolate, Mexico.
Because of the administration’s excessive haste to act and media personalities’ haste to judge, reasonable discussion of American crisis migration policy has been all but snuffed out.
As a Republican, President Trump should be inspired by how Texas conservatives have handled immigration instead of looking to California’s Republican Party.
‘Comprehensive’ immigration reform would only serve special interests, and building a wall is needlessly expensive. There’s a better way.
Donald Trump, who once warned about “mean-spirited” attacks on Hispanic voters, fulfills his own prophecy.
Don’t let anyone con you into believing that Reagan pushed amnesty via lawless executive order. Nothing could be further from the truth.
In his post-midterm press conference today, President Barack Obama reaffirmed his commitment to taking executive action on immigration, “before the end of the year.”
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