Americans have an obligation to our forebears and our posterity, not merely an emotional “all comers” impulse, to consider in setting immigration policy, argues contributor Dave Scruby.
Just home from London, Paris, and Dublin, Backbone contributor Bill Moloney reports on populist frustrations roiling Europe.
A stop-sanctuary movement in the states may be an idea whose time has come. These talking points say why.
Wrongheaded court rulings notwithstanding, President Trump was just doing his duty under the McCarran-Walter Act of 1952 to protect Americans from foreign visitors meaning us harm.
There were two revealing stories about President Obama in the same day's paper. In the first, the White House defended its effort to sway Democrat Andrew Romanoff from the U.S. Senate race. His defense was that everybody does it. Doesn't that sound like a response you would get from your teenager? In the second story, Obama objected to the tough immigration law that Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed by calling it discriminatory. It does in fact discriminate -- against those who entered our country illegally. Both articles point to the Obama proclivity to call evil good and good evil, as the Bible might put it. (Source: 6/4/10 Denver Post)