illegal immigration

What can America learn from the Calais migrant crisis?

By |August 5th, 2015|

(By Helen Raleigh, Centennial Fellow) Thousands of illegal migrants, many from war-torn countries such as Afghanistan, Syria and Sudan, have been camped out at Calais, a port city in France. Their goal is to jump […]

Enel’s frustrating quest for legal immigration

By |November 16th, 2014|

(Centennial Fellow) How would you feel if you were a 22-year-old college graduate but you can’t drive because you cannot renew your driver’s license? And you are not allowed to find a job and you are not even sure if it will break the law if you move? […]

The three scariest things that could happen if Democrats keep the Senate

By |October 12th, 2014|

With Halloween creeping up on us, it’s time to turn our attention to spooky stuff. Though it looks like Republicans are in good shape to take the Senate, in the horrific possibility that Democrats prevail, here are the three scariest scenarios: […]

Immigration solutions lie outside government

By |August 4th, 2014|

The heart-breaking and, one would hope, unintentionally manufactured crisis of thousands of unaccompanied children crossing America’s southern border illegally is both symptomatic of the problems in government and suggestive of nongovernmental solutions. […]

‘Comprehensiveness’ not a four-letter word but just as bad

By |July 30th, 2014|

Obamacare appears to be headed for still another Supreme Court visit, and one reason is clear. It suffers from comprehensiveness, a legislative affliction viewed by many as remedy and fervently sought whether the subject is health care, financial institutions, immigration or you name it. […]

Jay Ambrose: Immigration cruelties of the ‘compassionate’ sort

By |June 11th, 2014|

Tens of thousands of illegal immigrant children are streaming across our border with Mexico to escape horrors at home and finding new troubles here. These may be far less heinous than what they fled, but many have endured something akin to torture on the journey, will mostly have to return home anyway and meanwhile have a president of the United States to thank for their predicament. […]