A “state employment magnet” is likely to result in a substantial increase in illegal immigration.
Author: Nolan Rappaport, opinion contributor
Soldiers will not prevent a border crisis
Will these soldiers provide enough assistance when Title 42 is terminated?
America’s border crisis, Biden’s immigration policy, and the courts
A U.S. District Court judge found that Biden “has turned the Southwest Border into a meaningless line in the sand and little more than a speedbump for aliens flooding into the country.”
Republicans have to decide if they’re serious about border security
There are real problems affecting real people that deserve real solutions.
Biden’s border crisis: Title 42 is a distraction, not the solution
It’s helpful to recall: Title 42 didn’t prevent a surge in the number of illegal crossings.
Crafting an immigration bill that could pass in Congress
Congress hasn’t succeeded in passing a comprehensive immigration reform bill since 1986.
5 unintended consequences of Biden’s immigration policies
Border Patrol had 2.2 million encounters with illegal crossers at the Southwest border in fiscal 2022, the highest since at least 1960.
Biden policy on Venezuelan border crossers costly and ineffective
The administration’s authority to return illegal crossers to Mexico depends on Title 42 — which it intends to terminate.
What no one wants to talk about in the border crisis: unaccompanied children
The volume of cases is disrupting the administration’s ability to process children and place them in safe, appropriate foster homes.
‘Crisis’ on Martha’s Vineyard doesn’t hold a candle to what’s coming
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker called in the National Guard to deal with the “humanitarian crisis.”