The US population has risen from 185 million in 1965 when immigration laws were changed to 330 million, with no vote from US citizens.
It is already clear from decades of polling that the majority of our citizens already understand the need for reform.
Few people are as well-situated to speak about the laudable benefits of a humane immigration policy than me.
For decades the majority of Americans have been clamoring for real immigration reform that works in the best interest of the citizenry.
The immigration issue and the family planning issues are conjoined by moral humanity and the need for the rule of law.
This is something we are seeing all over, the top detaching itself from the bottom, feeling little loyalty to it or affiliation with it.
The term “Sanctuary City” is a misused term that can be added to a list of other deceptive terms where immigration is concerned.
The mainstream press along with EU and European governments have suppressed discussion of the numbers involved.
Many young people like Bernie Sanders. Likewise, many young people must find Donald Trump’s immigration message appealing.
In the longer-term more diverse societies become more hostile to wealth redistribution, welfare spending and other social democratic policies.