Category: Opinion

Editorial: The right way to help migrant families separated under Trump

Originally Published in the Los Angeles Times Opinion by The Times Editorial Board - May 3, 2021 An asylum-seeking boy from Central America runs down a hallway at a shelter in San Diego in 2018. The Biden admin ...

Opinion: Immigration alarmists need to learn a little history and humility

Originally Published in The Washington Post Letter to the Editor - April 30, 2021 The April 24 front-page article “Cruz keeps faith with right-wing Tex. group” quoted a founder of that group as saying about present ...

Opinion: State population totals stir questions about a possible Latino census undercount

Originally Published by the Los Angeles Times Scott Martelle - April 29, 2021 The first round of 2020 census results released this week were the sorts of aggregate numbers that tell us only about broad shifts. As i ...

Opinion: The 2020 Census offers a powerful argument for immigration

Originally Published in The Washington Post Opinion by the Editorial Board - April 29, 2021 Leon Small, originally from Jamaica, holds a U.S. flag in a naturalization ceremony on Wednesday in New York. (Mark Le ...

Opinion: Can two former presidents unravel the immigration knot?

Originally Published in The Washington Post Opinion by Hugh Hewitt - April 23, 2021 Comprehensive immigration reform — perhaps America’s most pressing domestic need — should not be as difficult as the parties’ two ...

Editorial: The No Ban Act would limit the power of future President Trumps

Originally Published in the Los Angeles Times Opinion by The Times Editorial Board - April 26, 2021 Protesters demonstrate at Los Angeles International Airport in 2017 after President Trump banned people from s ...

Juan Williams: A breakthrough on immigration?

Originally Published in The Hill Opinion by Juan Williams - April 26, 2021 Here’s an idea. You are likely to hear it from President Biden this week when he speaks to a joint session of Congress. Biden will te ...

My Grandparents’ Immigration Lies Shaped My Father’s View of Justice

Originally Published in The New York Times Opinion by Daniela Gerson - April 26, 2021 Credit...Illustration by The New York Times; photographs from the Gerson Family Ms. Gerson is a ...

The hidden scam behind Tucker Carlson and the right’s ‘replacement’ game

Originally Published in The Washington Post Opinion by Greg Sargent - April 23, 2021 We probably shouldn’t be surprised by this, but Tucker Carlson’s “replacement” rhetoric is demonstrating far more appeal on the r ...

Opinion: The anti-immigrant sentiments of the America First Caucus should have no place in the GOP

Originally Published in The Washington Post Opinion by Henry Olsen - April 22, 2021 Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) speaks during a news conference outside the Capitol on Feb. 5. (Alex Edelman/AFP/Getty Ima ...

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