November 25, 2013
This is a tale of two populations, both seeking U.S. immigration benefits. Both from Asia.
One is numbered in the thousands, the members have risked their lives in wartime for the United States, and they have certifiable linguistic skills.
The other is numbered in the hundreds of thousands, their main "contribution" to the United States has been breaking its laws, and its skill levels are uneven but generally unremarkable.
Which one is more likely to secure the benefits they seek?
Sadly, it is the second. Read more...