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Executive Action Can’t Salvage Obama’s Latino Legacy

By Luis Alvarado – Much of the media focus on the anticipated presidential executive action on immigration has been on two main political pressure points: How will Republicans retaliate once the action is taken and will an executive action absolve the president with the Latino community whose vote will be crucial in 2016? A Republican […]

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La amnistia de Reagan

Autor: Ivan Duin-Obregon – Bajo la lluvia. El 6 de noviembre del 1986, el Presidente Ronald Reagan firmó la “Ley de Reforma y Control de Inmigración (IRCA),” más conocida por sus disposiciones en favor de la legalización de millones de inmigrantes no autorizados, misma que marcó un hito importante en la política de inmigración de […]

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La emoción de la Victoria

Por Dave Leach,  Traducido por Araceli Caldbeck – Un partido de fútbol, ​​una quinceañera: más emocionante que una reunión acerca de la libertad? Sí, lo era. Hasta ahora. Ahora, vamos a conseguir la libertad de los inmigrantes y de preservar la libertad de los ciudadanos. Vamos a cambiar la ley de inmigración de modo que […]

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The Economy and Undocumented Economists

By Dave Leach – Our $680 billion national deficit would drop by $250 billion a year, and the U.S. economy would grow by 1% over ten years, just from letting one million more immigrants come legally, according to every economist who testified before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. In early 2013, the Committee heard 39 […]

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The Thrill of Victory

By Dave Leach – A soccer game, a quinceañera: more exciting than a meeting about freedom? Yes, it was. Until now. Now, we are making Freedom more interesting than a quinceañera at a soccer game. We are making Freedom more interesting than drinking, dancing, and watching kids hurt themselves all added together. Instead of drinking […]

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Freedom: More Fun than Soccer

By Dave Leach – Presidential candidates have already started coming to Des Moines. They are desperately in need of education about the immigration bureaucracy monster they have created, and no one is better qualified to educate them than immigrants. This is an introduction to a series explaining how immigrants can take them to school. Can […]

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Libertad Divertido

This is the index to a series. It will become bilingual as translations are completed. Here you will find links to each article in the series, as it is posted; also links to Youtube videos of the articles, and to a free ebook to which articles will be added as they are completed and translated. […]

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Guest Worker Visas

By Alex Nowrasteh – Expanding and liberalizing America’s lawful immigration system is the easiest way to boost economic growth and is also the key to stopping unlawful immigration. After a century of reforms that enhanced and centralized bureaucracy, federal immigration policy is a labyrinth of restriction and dysfunction. US immigration laws are now, as Associate […]

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Reprogramming the Choices

By Dave Leach – This is a proposed statement for any political candidate to make about immigration, no matter what your current position is, in the hope of “reprogramming” the national discussion of immigration. This is designed to move voters to get engaged in thinking of better solutions, and move away from labels designed to […]

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Moslem refugees

By Dave Leach – There are ways to minimize any threat that refugees fleeing to us from Moslem wars may include jihadists coming for the purpose of destroying us. It is not a perfect solution, relying, for its enforcement, upon humans, but it would dwarf the little that we do now, and it would not […]

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