Caging kids at the U.S. border is reprehensible. But as first ladies, governors, celebrities, and citizens of all political stripes line up and strike out against the inhumane practice of separating children from parents seeking refuge, everyone should save some ire and outrage for one of the world’s greatest offenders and dissemblers of refugee rights: China.
Much has been written — some of it either inaccurate or designed to obfuscate the issue ahead of the midterms for political purposes — about the border fiasco and the unfortunate separation of children from parents. Rich Lowry’s brief analysis is the most insightful.
Way back when you were young (i.e., 2003), the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation published a hard-hitting report titled Where Did Social Studies Go Wrong? It lamented the manifest failures of social-studies education, identified a number of culprits, and recommended a series of fundamental rethinks and reforms.
On Thursday, April 26th, Victor Davis Hanson testified before the Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats Subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee to discuss Mass Migration in Europe: Assimilation Integration, and Security.
A few years ago, Time magazine published a cover story titled "Mexifornia" about how legal and illegal immigration from Mexico and Central America were changing the face, and the demographics, of our large and "progressive" neighbor to the west.
Victor Davis Hanson, historian and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, sat down for “The Classicist” podcast recently and explored the complexities of the ongoing illegal immigration debate. He began by relating a story of one of his best students at Cal State Fresno. The student was in the country illegally and trying desperately to stay and continue to graduate school.
The Conte Initiative on Immigration Reform aims to improve immigration law by providing innovative ideas and clear improvements to every part of the system, from border security to green cards to temporary work visas.