Immigration (page 9)

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    New Carolina Journal Online features

    Dan Way reports for Carolina Journal Online on U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson’s hopes for his bill to stop the flow of Syrian refugees into the United States until adequate safeguards are put in place. Barry Smith reports on this week’s legislative hearing on a controversial state…
    Mitch Kokai, November 20, 2015
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    Counter to the talking point, states balking at Syrian refugees tend to be the most charitable

    One would think in the aftermath of Paris and the still-recent memory of Boston, that it would behoove the Left in politics and media to stop pretending that there’s no serious security concern regarding thousands upon thousands of Syrian refugees suddenly seeking entrance in the U.S. One would think.
    Jon Sanders, November 19, 2015
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    Conservative opposition to a Paul Ryan speakership

    Elaina Plott writes for National Review Online about opposition within the U.S. House Republican caucus to naming Wisconsin congressman and former vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan as the next U.S. House speaker. The man who was once the party’s fresh-faced vice-presidential nominee, lauded for…
    Mitch Kokai, October 16, 2015
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    Comparing sanctuary cities to the Confederates

    Victor Davis Hanson‘s latest column for National Review Online offers a provocative comparison between today’s sanctuary cities and the 19th-century Confederate states. There are now 340 sanctuary cities in the United States — and the list is growing. All of them choose to ignore…
    Mitch Kokai, October 16, 2015
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    New Carolina Journal Online features

    Barry Smith reports for Carolina Journal Online on expert recommendations that the United States adopt some elements of Canadian immigration policy. John Hood’s Daily Journal praises the long-anticipated end of North Carolina’s transfer of Highway Fund dollars to pay for state government’s general bills.
    Mitch Kokai, October 12, 2015
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    Thomas Sowell explains why racists love the minimum wage

    It is a well know effect of the minimum wage that it prices the lowest skilled workers out of the labor market. Who are these workers and who have they been historically? In primarily white countries or countries with a primarily white ruling class like South Africa once was, it…
    Roy Cordato, August 18, 2015
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    Hanson poses questions seldom asked about immigration

    Victor Davis Hanson‘s latest column for National Review Online ignores the immediate debate about “amnesty” and “comprehensive immigration reform” to ask some deeper questions that impact more than just the United States. Is immigrating from less-developed countries to the West a good or a…
    Mitch Kokai, April 29, 2015
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    Immigration policy and the rule of law

    The latest issue of Hillsdale College’s Imprimis features Heather MacDonald of the Manhattan Institute. She focuses on the links between an unenforced immigration policy and threats to the rule of law. The lesson from the last 20 years of immigration policy is that lawlessness…
    Mitch Kokai, March 20, 2015