On the heels of yesterday’s wipe-out of pro-illegal-immigration candidates in town elections in the D.C. suburb of Herndon, Va., comes a new Zogby poll (which I paid for) on the immigration proposals in Congress which I think provides a better look at public views than the push-polls conducted by the mainstream media (and was conducted before the illegal-alien anthem and the May Day general strike). We offered respondents a choice between the various approaches (and even avoided perfectly legitimate, but hotton-button, terms like “amnesty” and “illegal aliens”), and found overwhelming support for the House approach of attrition through enforcement over the Senate approach of legalization and increases in legal immigration.
Editor’s Note: The following is the fourth in a series of articles in which Mr. Yoo and Mr. Phillips will lay out a course of constitutional restoration, pointing out areas where the Supreme Court has driven the Constitution off its rails and the ways the current Court can put it back on track. The first entry ... Read More
Theresa Shook, founder of the Women's March, called on leaders of the liberal political-protest movement to step down on Monday amid widespread backlash against their refusal to condemn anti-Semitic and homophobic allies. “As Founder of the Women’s March, my original vision and intent was to show the ... Read More
After what seem like years of a phony war, British and European Union negotiators finally agreed on the terms of Britain’s departure from the EU earlier this week, and Theresa May announced it in the House of Commons. The deal covers more than 500 pages of legal and bureaucratic prose, and few but the ... Read More
Do you know what scares an American outdoorsman more than a grizzly bear? Twitter. In the late summer and early autumn, the hunting world had its eyes on the courts: The Trump administration had issued new guidance that would permit the hunting of brown bears (popularly known as grizzly bears), including in ... Read More
The world's oldest political party has developed an aversion to discretion. The Democratic party is manacled to an over-caffeinated base that believes that deft government can deliver parity of status to everyone while micromanaging the economy's health-care sector, which is larger than all but three other ... Read More