11/20/13 09:22 AM
Las hieleras, or “the freezers,” is how immigrants and some Border Patrol agents refer to the chilly holding cells at many stations along the U.S.-Mexico border. The facilities are used to house recently captured border crossers until they can be transferred to a long-term Immigration and...
By Michael Barone | 11/19/13 04:33 PM
Evidence keeps coming in support of the arguments I have made repeatedly, in my recent book Shaping Our Nation: How Surges of Migration Have Transformed America and Its Politics, in several Washington Examiner columns and blog posts, and on Fox News' "Power Play," that we are not likely to see...
By Michael Barone | 11/08/13 05:53 PM
When American politicians get around to reforming their immigration laws, they tend to look backwards. They seek to address immigration problems in the past rather than look ahead and set policy that will strengthen the nation in the future. That’s true, in my opinion, of the bipartisan...
By Manhattan Moment | 11/01/13 03:18 PM
Twenty years ago this month, a bipartisan congressional majority passed the North American Free Trade Act, enshrining the special relationship between United States, Canada and Mexico. Since then, all manner of goods have traversed the northern and southern borders without impediment, thanks...
10/27/13 09:03 PM
(fuelfix.com) Proposals to open Mexico’s energy industry to outside investment could make a good thing even better for oil field services companies operating there.
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