Mark Krikorian is the executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies.
Though some pundits insist illegal immigration is fading as a national problem, careful study of the border situation suggests otherwise. The challenge remains serious, and large enforcement gaps persist.
Compassion and national security often conflict. President Bush's immigration policy, by seeking both, delivers neither.
If gardeners and housemaids can cross our porous borders, so can Al-Qaeda operatives.
The administration is playing favorites and giving illegal immigrants a free pass.
The Arizona lawsuit is part of a pattern of giving Mexico an effective veto over important U.S. government functions.
It comes as no surprise that there are significant differences between the opinions of the public and the elite on a variety of foreign-policy issues.
The phrase "Home Front" was a metaphor that gained currency during World War I, with the intention of motivating a civilian population involved in total war.
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