Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., has a simple answer to the people who say its not possible to deport nearly twenty million illegal aliens as a means of resolving the immigration problem: “Yes, you can!”
Monthly Archives For July 2006
A foreign correspondent tries to recapture Spanish history before it gets erased.
John Keeley of the Center for Immigration Studies recently spoke about immigration reform issues at an AIA sponsored forum.
Apparently academic freedom for professors means the right to study and teach courses on the absurd.
Jessica Echard spoke about guest worker programs at last week’s Immigration Forum hosted by AIA.
Speaking at and AIA event, Congressman J.D. Hayworth recently had some strong words to the President and to the public about the immigration crisis.
“Teachers for a Democratic Society,” as they call themselves, are professors from across the country trying to defend Ward Churchill, now that the University of Colorado has fired him.
Ben Shapiro urges us to look beyond the self-identification offered by critics of Israel both within and outside the Ivory Tower.
This past Wednesday, when I attended Students for Saving Social Security’s event on Social Security reform with roughly 300 other young people, I was overcome by an unusual Washington, D.C. emotion—hope.
A number of people recently gathered at the Heritage Foundation to discuss the Visa Waiver Policy.