Fred Bauer has a thoughtful piece at National Review Online that's worth reading. He describes the dangers of today's condition of "bad-faith open borders," where "illegal immigrants are de jure rejected but de facto accepted."
One issue he didn't address was why we're
An airplane with 30 Hondurans — 22 children and eight mothers — arrived at San Pedro Sula, Honduras, this week. They are the first group of Central Americans repatriated in the ongoing crisis. ... The director of the Salvadoran Office of Migration, Hector Rodriguez, said that the U.S.
Mark Shurtleff, former Utah State Attorney-General, and a leading GOP amnesty advocate, was arrested Tuesday and charged with corruption for accepting gifts from rich businessmen, according to a story in the New York Times.
Shurtleff's Republican successor, John Swallow, was also arrested on
Language is the key to human insight, but also a key culprit in undermining it.
It is a primary vehicle by which we can name what we see, think further about it, and understand it better. Yet it is also, paradoxically, the vehicle of our own undoing as we misname and therefore obfuscate what we
- Guatemalan Paper: U.S. Turns over 97% of Border Crossers to Relatives in the U.S.
- Pressure on Mexico Is the Easiest Way to Cope with the Border Crisis
- Mexico Promises to Stop Central Americans from Boarding 'the Beast'
- The Damaging Civic Consequences of Illegal Migration, Pt. 2: The 'Better Lives' Argument