Posts Tagged ‘ in-state tuition ’

Maryland Update

Maryland Update

In an update to a story we’ve been covering recently, the House of Delegates has approved a bill that would give discounted, in-state tuition rates to illegal aliens applying to colleges and universities in the state of Maryland. Although deeply discouraging, this news is not surprising considering the electoral support politicians-specifically, Democrats-are seeking from...
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Contra Arizona

Contra Arizona

While the media has focused on some states that have toyed with the idea of emulating Arizona’s response to illegal immigration, more of them seem to be headed in precisely the opposite direction, especially in recent weeks. The Washington Post reports on the recent passage of a bill aimed at granting discounted tuition rates...
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California Dreaming

California Dreaming

I suppose we should take some solace in the fact that the headline for this story is remarkably accurate and forthright, California Court Backs Illegal Immigrants, especially for a publication that seems to go out of its way to distort the terms of debate in our public discussion of this subject.
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Latinos and Immigration

Latinos and Immigration

One of the interesting things about conventional wisdom is that very often it turns out to be based upon assumptions that are false. A case in point being the widespread misconception that all Americans whose family origins lie in Latin America and the Caribbean are reflexively pro-mass immigration and in favor of amnesty, when...
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