Domestic policy response matters more than any decision about an initial distribution of migrants.
President Obama’s immigration action is a product of a far larger problem.
Why aren’t poor Americans more up-in-arms over rising levels of income inequality?
Is Obama using executive power to satisfy a constituency and put it above the rule of law?
Like Reagan and Bush, Obama takes action when Congress won’t.
Why are care workers for the elderly, the disabled and children being given short shrift in the debate over U.S. immigration reform?
Will immigration reform repeat the past abuses of illegal immigration, a history perpetrated by members of the U.S. Congress at the behest of their business associates?
Are Republicans intent on creating a U.S. nanny state, too — only substituting employers for the government?
When it comes to immigration reform, why has the U.S. Congress decided to stay with the status quo?