During my first years as a college student in the US, Thanksgiving was the holiday I’d almost always forget. It was several days off after a long week of papers, deadlines, and exams, yes, but I rarely thought about the traditional turkey feast. That’s because home, for me, is thousands of miles away in Thailand, and Thanksgiving was […]
Neither Democrats nor Republicans will like it. But it would be humane, it would adhere to the rule of law, and it would work.
President Trump should stop spreading fear about the caravan and instead reform our immigration system.
That's 40,000 more than it expects to admit this year, and nearly one per cent of the country's population.
I am an immigrant and erstwhile Democrat who finds herself thinking that the Trump administration officials are increasingly the adults in the room on immigration policies.
The caravan of would-be asylum seekers marching through Mexico to the U.S. represents all that is wrong with our immigration system.
When the White House told news networks Donald Trump planned to make an important policy announcement regarding asylum Thursday afternoon, CNN chose to take it live, while MSNBC decided to fact-check it first and run whatever news came out of Trump’s “announcement” later. MSNBC chose smart.
Echoing Trump's rhetoric, many white evangelical Protestants say immigrants threaten American society, a Public Religion Research Institute study found.
Liberals have stonewalled President Trump on immigration reform and encouraged an illegal migrant invasion from the south. This leaves him little choice but to deny green cards or extensions of temporary visas to immigrants that access federal entitlements programs. About 44 million immigrants reside in the United States. About 65 ...