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Lawlessness Won’t Fix America’s Failed Immigration Policy

Lawlessness Won’t Fix America’s Failed Immigration Policy

July 22, 2015 at 8:35 am 1 comment

by Prof. Patrick Garry: America is a country of immigrants, but that immigration historically occurred within an enforced national policy on immigration.  The arrival of immigrants to America and the legal enforcement of a national immigration policy traditionally went hand in hand. Currently, there is a great divide on the […]

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Immigration Reform and the Search for Middle Ground

Immigration Reform and the Search for Middle Ground

December 17, 2012 at 9:30 am 0 comments

by A.K. Fielding “The terms on which foreigners may be admitted to the rights of Citizens, should be speedily ascertained by a uniform rule of naturalization.” – President George Washington According to an article by Cameron Joseph published in The Hill, “a coalition of business and religious leaders” joined on Tuesday […]

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