Immigration reform should begin with a single step: securing the border 2


Is it fair for millions to sneak across the border to reap the rewards of living in the U.S. for ten years, while at the same time, law abiders are kept out?

On the other hand, immigration officials looked the other way in the 1970s as cheap labor flooded across the border and took up residence in our cities. In essence, we diluted the rule of law because at that time, businesses were benefitting from cheap Mexican labor. More…

California Catholic bishop supports Trump’s travel ban 4


“If the experience of terrorism on 9/11 was caused by Chinese people, the ban would have been imposed on China; if it were South Americans coming from South America, the ban would have been on South American nations; again, if it were Africans coming from Africa, the ban would have been on African countries. But it is an established fact that since the mid-1990s almost all terrorists were radical Muslim jihadists from the Middle East.” More…