Tag Archives: immigration reform

  1. Return Immigration Policy To Its Moral Roots: Our Inalienable Rights

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    June 21, 2018 by Anders Ingemarson

    Children separated from their parents at the southern border. U.S. AG Jeff Sessions, absent rational arguments, defending the actions of …
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  2. Want Jobs, Mr. Trump? Look No Further


    November 16, 2016 by Anders Ingemarson

    We admit we thought it a long shot, and it was not the outcome we had desired (it rarely is). …
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  3. Uniting Immigration and Foreign Policy


    February 15, 2016 by Anders Ingemarson

    As the presidential primaries get underway, Republican candidates are competing for the title of “Mr. Anti-Immigration” (as of writing this …
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  4. The Moral Dimension of Immigration Policy

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    September 1, 2015 by Anders Ingemarson

    As Donald Trump is garnering support for expanding his condo, resort, hotel and golf course empire with “Trump wall” around …
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  5. Making The Moral Case For Immigration Reform


    February 26, 2015 by Anders Ingemarson

    Note: As the immigration battle continues in Washington D.C. with Congressional Republicans waging a self-destructive internal war cheered on by …
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  6. Immigrants Too Have Inalienable Rights to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness


    July 22, 2014 by Anders Ingemarson

    Freedom and liberty loving Americans rightfully revere Thomas Jefferson’s immortal words “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all …
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  7. REAL Immigration Reform – What My President Would Do


    August 6, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    Here we are some six months after the bipartisan immigration “reform” effort was introduced. As I said at the time, …
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  8. Dare We Dream Of Immigration Reform?


    January 30, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    News out of Washington proclaims a bipartisan effort to reform immigration. I’m leery of anything labeled “bipartisan”; more often than …
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  9. The Immigration Straw Man


    November 20, 2012 by Anders Ingemarson

    An immigrant was once asked “Why did you come to America?” He answered “I’ve always been American, but I was …
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