Frank Morris

Martin Luther King, Jr. and Cesar Chavez on Immigration

Today’s Black and Latino Leaders are Embarrassed by their Views

Over at National Review, Ian Smith of the Immigration Reform Law Institute poses the fascinating question of what Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., would have thought of today’s immigration debate were he still alive, instead of having been brutally gunned down on a motel balcony in Memphis nearly half a century ago.

CAPS Ad Urging Less Immigration Airs Tonight on CNN

Slowing Immigration Not Racist, Just ‘Common Sense’

CAPS Kicks Off Wisconsin TV Campaign Asking House Speaker Ryan Why He Ignores Unemployed Americans, but Pushes for Work-Authorized Immigrants

Since elected to Congress in 1998, House Speaker Paul Ryan has compiled a mostly dismal immigration reduction record. Ryan, whose pro-immigration actions have become more egregious since he took over the speaker’s role, scores poorly or worse on ending unnecessary worker visas, reducing amnesty enticements, limiting refugee and asylum fraud, or promoting sensible immigration legislation that would help Americans.

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