Resident Fellow Marc Thiessen discusses Congressman Gutierrez’s statement to a retired four-star general and the Trump Administration’s stance on DACA.
U.K.’s fixation on migration from other European countries is crowding out practically all other aspects of public policy, both foreign and domestic. As a result, fewer EU migrant workers seems now the only tangible outcome that Brexit will produce, while leaving the U.K. poorer and less influential in Europe and in the world.
Democrats, who didn’t address DACA or other immigration issues when they had the presidency and congressional supermajorities in 2009-10, will have to make concessions to get the issue on the congressional calendar and to produce a version that won’t prompt a presidential veto.
This week on Banter, Dr. Michael Strain discussed a variety of hot topics, including immigration, minimum wage laws, and the significance of the U.S. Census.
Macron’s criticism of the Polish government is driven by by great-power realpolitik, rather than an attempt to foster a genuinely competitive and open economic environment.
Demonizing immigrants is counterproductive and violates American values.
President Donald Trump announced earlier this year that he intended to reduce the number of green cards issued and reform the American immigration system to prefer immigrants with certain job skills. Experts discuss the pros, cons, and alternate approaches to Trump’s plan.
A larger talent pool would help the economy grow and make everyone more productive, allowing baby boomers to retire without damaging the country.
Of course the economy is going to be smaller with fewer immigrants. So what?
It is sad that some Republicans seem to have given up on President Reagan’s idea of a growing pie with bigger slices for all. They should heed jis vision for unleashing American greatness.