OCALA, Fla., July 14, 2014 — A recent report by the Center for Immigration Studies indicated that all American job growth since 2000 has been for illegal aliens. How, exactly, is something like this possible?
The rush of unaccompanied illegal alien minors across our southern border has created both public outrage and a media firestorm. What will be the ultimate outcome of this quagmire?
Many pundits, political strategists, and elected officials claim that in order to appeal to Hispanic voters, the Republican Party must support some amnesty program for illegals. Is this a good idea?
Dr. Stephen Steinlight shares his views about all of this and more.
He is a vociferous opponent of illegal alien amnesty and a senior policy analyst at the CIS. Before joining the organization, Dr. Steinlight built an extensive career in American Jewish and civil rights causes, as well as academia; having taught at New York University and the University of Sussex, among others.
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Outspoken paleoconservative intellectual Dr. Paul Gottfried answered the tough questions about today’s Republican Party — from Thad Cochran’s controversial primary win to the role of social issues — as well as addressed key issues facing Democrats — will the Clintons remain powerful during the years to come? Whatever happened to the anti-big business populists?
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Dr. Paul Gottfried, one of America’s leading conservative thinkers,
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