The Biden administration thinks throwing even more taxpayer dollars at Central American countries will curb the migrant exodus to the U.S. But more money won't fix his own open-door policy and may exacerbate corruption in migrants' home countries.
In her emotion-driven speech to the virtual Democratic National Convention, Obama made several claims that are at best misleading. And if the media won’t do its job in pointing out these contradictions, others have to.
Long overdue, the compromise bill contains numerous fixes and improvements to the program, as well as a long-term re-authorization.
President Trump's decision to mandate immigrants have health coverage is appropriate, and his Proclamation may actually give immigrants access to affordable coverage.
Immigrants may currently be a net asset to the economy, but under the Democratic presidential candidates' proposals they will surely be a net cost.
President Trump is threatening to raise taxes on Americans. Again. That’s because tariffs are taxes, and they are paid by Americans, not by foreigners.
President Trump is sending federal troops to the U.S.-Mexico border and taking other steps to stop the Honduran migrant caravan headed for the United States. It's unfortunate that it's come to this, but it's the right thing to do.
By virtually any traditional measure -- as well as a few nontraditional measures -- President Donald Trump's first State of the Union (SOTU) address was a great success. Let us count the ways.
The H-1B visa "impasse" should be the "easiest" of all the "controversial elements" of proposed immigration reform for Congress to fix, said Tom Giovanetti in a Thursday blog post.
Of all the controversial elements of proposed immigration reform plans, the H1B visa impasse should be the easiest to fix.