From time immemorial, the world has been a dangerous place; no less so today. Those with the means and will have have always relocated to less threatening or merely more desirable locales. In today’s globalized and interconnected era, the European debt crisis, terrorism, declared and undeclared wars, restrictions on religious and political freedom, and the remarkable rise to world leadership … Continue Reading
It seems like ages since the federal government transformed the rules on when and how foreign citizens apply for visas to enter the United States. Actually, the most dramatic changes occurred in the summers of 2003 and 2004.
As the nation viewed 24/7 live footage of oil decimating livelihoods and befouling our shores, I flew to Washington on Sunday to take a pulse reading on the prospects for immigration reform. En route, I read an Op-Ed piece by New York Times writer Frank Rich.
One of my favorite columnists, Rich offered a spot-on diagnosis of an administration … Continue Reading
[Blogger’s Note: It’s often beneficial to get a fresh perspective on a topic from someone with a special insight born of long experience. Here then is a thought-provoking take on what real reform of the immigration laws would require. Reader beware, however, that the following views may be considered controversial and are solely those of my anonymous friend, colleague and … Continue Reading