Tag Archives: Immigration

Guest Post: Merit-Based Green Card – An Aspect of Immigration Reform Conservatives Can Support

Persons seeking lawful permanent residency in the USA may soon be able to earn their way to a US green card.  This merit-based approach squares nicely with conservative notions of equality before the law and the wholly American orientation toward rewarding those who deserve it.  This approach, which will replace the entirely arbitrary system of […]

Rand Paul: Let’s Slow Down On Immigration

Senator Paul continues to impress me.  He has sent a letter to Sen. Reid asking for some reflection in light of the Boston bombings to ensure that the immigration bills on the table are reviewed in light of potential immigration failures with the “suspects” of the bombings.  Sen. Paul asks a number of good questions […]