Posts Tagged ‘ immigration ’

The Living Dead

The Living Dead

The bill that can’t seem to die an honorable death is once again being resurrected, thanks to the efforts of Lindsey Grahamnesty and Juan McCain. Mark Krikorian has the bad news.
Read More »

What The Census Tells Us

What The Census Tells Us

Last year’s decennial Census engendered debate among a large cross-section of Americans for a variety of reasons, from those who criticized the enumeration of illegal aliens, to those who decried what they saw as political manipulation by the current administration, to those who simply inveighed against what they perceived as the inefficiency, malfeasance and...
Read More »

Movie Recommendations (For Non-Football Fans)

Movie Recommendations (For Non-Football Fans)

For those of you who still want to watch something worthwhile this Super Bowl Sunday, I suggest you check out a fantastic, yet also somewhat obscure, film called Paraiso Travel.
Read More »

Rebutting Wilkinson

Rebutting Wilkinson

First of all, let me apologize for being derelict in addressing  Will Wilkinson’s  series of columns for The Economist. I had wanted to to respond to these short polemics, written as an ongoing dialogue between he and David Frum during the height of the DREAM Act’s legislative push during a lame duck session of Congress, earlier...
Read More »

End Birthright Citizenship

One of the most intractable problems we face in our struggle to reduce the flow of illegal immigration into this country is the widespread practice of coming to this country for the specific purpose of birthing children who will grow up with American citizenship.
Read More »

America’s Next Great Shill

America’s Next Great Shill

I should probably preface this post by admitting that I was a participant in the Washington Post’s America’s Next Great Pundit contest, a misguided and perhaps ultimately futile attempt by WaPo to expand its youth demographic among the ever-declining readership it lays claim to.
Read More »

Rating The Presidential Hopefuls

Rating The Presidential Hopefuls

Kudos to our friends at Numbers USA for assembling a fantastic immigration scorecard ranking each of the presumed or rumored about presidential candidates based upon their public stances on various issues of concern to their organization.
Read More »

All The News That’s Fit To Stint (Sins of Omission)

All The News That’s Fit To Stint (Sins of Omission)

The Center for Immigration Studies provides an extended excerpt  from William McGowan’s most recent, incisive analysis of the news media, Gray Lady Down, on its weblog this month.
Read More »

The State of the State of the Union

The State of the State of the Union

Talking Points Memo has a great story exploring  the likely Republican reponse to President Obama’s proposed immigration reforms, most of which seem to have been contained in a brief, one paragraph-long sound bite he delivered during last night’s State of the Union.
Read More »

Numbers USA Is Live-Blogging The State of the Union

Follow Roy Beck’s astute observations here.
Read More »



Analysis