Scott walker’s quick move from frontrunner to left-behind status should remind us of a few things about the Republican race, and about politics generally.
Europe risks incentivizing literally millions of immigrants to break the law and to risk — and sometimes lose — their lives. That’s not humanitarian.
Pope Francis is not a politician, but likes a good political dustup. And the Holy Father couldn’t have packed his trip to the United States this month with more politically charged issues.
Denying citizenship to the children of immigrants wouldn’t solve any problems.
Taken seriously and stripped of excesses, Donald Trump’s immigration plan points the way toward a sensible compromise on immigration policy.
Donald Trump’s six-page immigration platform may not be the best, but given the issue’s role in elevating the candidate to a lead in Republican polls, it merits serious attention.
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Does immigration hurt American wages? Some Republican presidential candidates seem to think so.
If one looks closely at Indian-Americans, they could actually be a natural fit for the Republican Party for three important reasons.
If you like President Barack Obama’s constitutionally dubious expansions of presidential power, you’ll love President Hillary Clinton.