Immigration Policy

Allan on December 3rd, 2019

Democratic candidate Joe Biden has had some conflict with professional Hispanics lately. There was the confrontation with an activist at a town hall, and the resignation of his top Hispanic adviser. But how is Biden doing in the polls with Latino voters? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published December 2nd, […]

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We arrived in Mexico for a family visit several days after Mexico agreed to crack down more on hordes of non-Mexicans passing through the country to the United States, in exchanged for Trump not imposing tariffs. So is the deal having an effect? Well, Mexico has taken more action to control illegal immigration. It’s still […]

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Steve Russell recently lost a bid at re-election to Congress from the Fifth District of Oklahoma.  What went wrong for the Russell Campaign? Well, soon-to-be former congressman Russell has an explanation on Facebook. To read the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published Nov. 17th, 2018, on VDARE.COM.

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As a result of the recent midterms, Oklahoma is losing its all-Republican congressional delegation.    Representative Steve Russell of District Five was defeated by a Democrat. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published November 14th, 2018, on VDARE.COM.

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Our previous president, Barack Obama, signed the United States up for a United Nations’ New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants when it was formed last year.  The next step was for the countries in this group to negotiate a “global compact on migration”. But now, President Trump has withdrawn the United States from this […]

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Congressman Lamar Smith (Texas, 21st District) has introduced a companion bill of the RAISE Act. If this legislation could pass and be enacted, it would revolutionize U.S. immigration policy. For the entire blog entry, click here. Article published September 12th, 2017, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on August 5th, 2017

The RAISE Act, sponsored by Senators Cotton and Perdue, is being promoted by the Trump Administration, and Trump’s Senior Policy Adviser Stephen Miller made a great defense of it in a press conference, even with opposition. The RAISE Act is not perfect, but it would be a major step in the right direction for U.S.  […]

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Allan on August 4th, 2017

Stephen Miller, President Trump’s Senior Policy Advisor, gave a masterful performance on August 2nd at a press conference, explaining and defending the RAISE Act, a legislative proposal that could revolutionize immigration policy by ending chain migration, instituting  a points system, and reducing legal immigration. So many of the things Miller discussed at the press conference […]

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Both Mexico and Cuba bash the U.S. for our immigration policy, and have done so for years. But the funny thing is, Mexico and Cuba bash our policy for exactly opposite reasons. Mexico criticizes the U.S. for not (yet) having completely open borders for any Mexican who wishes to enter. Cuba criticizes the U.S. for […]

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Thousands of Cubans intending to arrive to the United States were stuck in Costa Rica and Panama.  But an international deal arranged for them to be airlifted and bussed through Central America, allowed free passage through Mexico, in order to arrive to the United States. Is it time to reconsider the Cuban Adjustment Act? For […]

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