Which is ironic because Harvard Law, as we’ve reported, is all in for the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
And the campus activists and their mentors won’t tell you.
And a scene from an anti-ICE rally you probably missed, especially if you get all your information on campus.
It’s a question that the parents of college students in America, not to mention the collegians themselves, should want the answer to.
Over and over again, we seem to see that when political, media and academic elites agree on something, it stands a very good chance of not being true.
Evidently, immigrants with college degrees are more likely to be working in Starbuck’s than Americans in America.
If the president wants students to notice the historic job growth that has occurred on his watch, he might want to put a freeze on H1-B visas, even while he’s building that wall.
U. S. Department of Education (DOE) Secretary Betsy DeVos may have just made a huge mistake but it’s not likely one her critics would ever chastise her for.
The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) finds that newly arrived immigrants are better educated than their predecessors. Unfortunately, they are more likely to be on Medicaid and food stamps.
But maybe not in the way you might have thought.