Immigration Policy

Would-be border crossers are expecting Biden to take office soon, and Biden has promised a more open immigration policy. This could be cause a massive run on the border. In fact the amount of those crossing and trying to cross is already increasing. Yet, even some of Biden’s advisers are wondering if this is a […]

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Martha Barcena Coqui is Mexico’s ambassador to the United States. Apparently she thinks Biden is the winner, and is already telling the United States how it needs to open up the floodgates for mass immigration again. She may not be authorized to say this by the Mexican government, but she’s saying it. And, look at […]

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On the verge of Election Day 2020, it’s interesting to note that both the New York Times and Twitter recognize that Trump has accomplished a lot in immigration policy – they just don’t like what he accomplished. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published November 2nd, 2020, on US […]

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All eyes are on the presidential election, which is very important. But it’s also important to keep an eye on congressional elections. After all, whoever wins the presidency has to work with Congress. What will Congress be like? One race to watch is that for a U.S. Senate seat in Delaware, the first state to […]

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Allan on October 16th, 2020

How does polling on issues – as opposed to polling on who people plan to vote for – affect who they vote for? For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published October 15th, 2020, on US Incorporated.

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Allan on September 29th, 2020

President Trump has nominated Amy Coney Barrett to a seat on the Supreme Court. It looks like the votes are there, so this confirmation process may be a swift one. How would a Justice Amy Coney Barrett be on immigration? To read the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published September […]

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Allan on August 26th, 2020

The Trump campaign website has a document entitled “Trump Campaign Announces President Trump’s 2nd Term Agenda: Fighting For You!” It contains 50 distinct “core priorities for a second term,” organized into ten broad categories. The 50 proposals are worth examination. Of course, Trump has to win the election first. For the entire blog entry, click […]

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Allan on August 17th, 2020

If they were to win the election, what might a President Joe Biden and a Vice-President Kamala Harris have in store for the country? For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published August 17th, 2020, on US Incorporated.

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Allan on May 19th, 2020

As of May 18th there were about 2 and a quarter million cases of COVID-19 coronavirus in the Western Hemisphere, with the majority (1 and a half million) of the cases being in the United States. That’s according to my calculations based on the Worldometer website. There is much more that can be gleaned from […]

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Trump’s much-ballyhooed executive order, like many Trump projects, fell short of expectations. But maybe it’s something to build on. Our country does need an immigration shutdown. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published April 25th, 2020, on News with Views.

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