Wouldn't it be something, though, if Biden shocked the world and charted a brand new course?
For those trying to cross into the United States illegally, the route through Sonoran Desert is especially dangerous. Taking away the jobs incentive and holding criminal employers who hire illegal aliens accountable would do much to prevent this dangerous journey.
Over this past week, writers at the New York Times have addressed immigration policies from a couple of angles as elections near.
In his October 8 column The V.P. Debate," David Leonhardt laments the missed opportunity for a real debate
Election 2020 is drawing near and once again the media, and a good many politicians, are claiming that Hispanic voters oppose tighter border controls and support increases in legal immigration. That isn't the case. Most voters who identify as Hispanic want a strong border and reductions in immigration. Let's listen to what they have to say.
Today, I want to introduce you to nine Members of this two-year Congress who have achieved the top distinction in battling immigration policies that drive down wages and increase the non-employment of American workers. There are dozens of others who have done a great job this year. But these nine are the Rock Starts who earned NumbersUSA's A+ "Challenge Status Quo" grade.
The Democratic Party approved its Party Platform during its national convention this week, and while some Democrats complained that it didn't go far enough in embracing a more open-borders agenda, there's not much to like for supporters of reduced immigration.
In a July Tablet column "Would a Biden Victory Be a Win for the Working Class?," Michael Lind appears resigned to defeat, writing that no matter which party emerges victorious this Fall, the managerial class has already won out over the American worker.