January 10, 2012
It is often said that the immigration system is broken.
The open-borders advocates use that phrase to mean that people who should be allowed to enter, cannot do so.
We restrictionists, on the other hand, use it to mean that people who should be kept out of the country are allowed to enter and to stay, when that should not happen.
These are both pretty straightforward policy observations about the utility of the immigration system.
But what about elements of the system that are broken in favor of one side or the other? Read more...