This sounds right to me: Public opinion can’t be allowed to dictate immigration policy, but should take a significant role in shaping it.
Greece reminds me a bit of Louisiana.
This is useful context, but not quite the argument people think it is. I have difficulty imagining anybody moved by “Wait, so it’s a civil infraction rather than a criminal one? I guess it’s okay then.”
According to Jane the Actuary, the historical immigrant to the United States wasn’t rich, but wasn’t necessarily as poor as advertised.
This makes some sense: As illegal immigration abates, immigrants as a group are becoming more educated.
Kyle Smith doesn’t expect Canada’s open arms to last.
Mexico is opening “Migrant Defense Centers” at their consulates.