Category: Immigration

Why We Must Stop Obama’s Amnesty

According to Rep. Luis Gutierrez, Obama intends “to act broadly and generously” on behalf of the “millions and millions”…
Patrick Buchanan August 1, 2014

Gangs Bust the False Dichotomies of the Child Migration Crisis

The ongoing Central American child migrant crisis gained the national spotlight last week when the president asked Congress for emergency funds to stem…
Catherine Addington July 7, 2014

Eric Cantor’s Defeat Is Also Netanyahu’s

Of course it isn’t yet clear what Eric Cantor’s stunning and decisive defeat at the hands of an unknown…
Scott McConnell June 12, 2014

Eric Cantor Rides Tea Party Tiger, Is Devoured

If you look at the arc of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s last three years of service in Congress,…
Scott Galupo June 11, 2014

Scrutinizing Immigration, the Henry James Way

In The New Criterion, Stephen Miller offers a fascinating reconsideration of Henry James’ view of immigration. Challenging the traditional understanding…
Samuel Goldman July 10, 2013

Jennifer Rubin’s Facile Immigration Reform Boosterism

Bread for the World / Flickr.com As someone who is hopelessly noncommittal about comprehensive immigration reform (at bottom, I…
Scott Galupo July 1, 2013

Terror, Immigration, and Blowback: a Mess That Needs Sorting

A few years ago I wrote a  favorable review of Christopher Caldwell’s book on Islamic immigration to Europe for…
Scott McConnell May 29, 2013

France Has an Extrême-Droite When It Needs a de Gaulle

How Europe confronts the Death of the West---or fails to do so
Scott McConnell May 23, 2013

Rubio’s Plan to Shrink the Republican Vote

Immigration reform could be a death blow to the Republican Party
Patrick Buchanan May 10, 2013

Amnesty: Hammer of the Welfare State

The big immigration news yesterday was the Heritage Foundation’s much-anticipated report claiming amnesty for illegal immigrants will cost $6.3…
J. Arthur Bloom May 7, 2013