Panelists talked about U.S. immigration policy and the potential impact of anti-terrorism efforts.
Expert panelists offer specific recommendations to the incoming Trump administration for rolling back corruption and ushering in a new era of transparency.
On Thursday, December 11th, Hudson Institute’s John Fonte joined Michael Barone of the American Enterprise Institute, Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies, Andrew C. McCarthy of the National Review Institute, Alex Nowrasteh of Cato Institute, and George F. Will of the Washington Post to discuss the many facets of immigration reform.
Reason Foundation Managing Editor Tom Clougherty moderated a debate on immigration reform. Each participant spoke for 10 minutes on what open borders would mean to wages, unemployment, and the labor market in America.
A Judicial Watch panel to discuss the status of amnesty efforts in Congress, as well as President Obama’s controversial decisions to suspend deportation for entire categories of illegal aliens.
Mark Krikorian, of the Center for Immigration Studies, and Tamar Jacoby debate amnesty.
Originally Aired on November 30, 2005 by C-SPAN
Mark Krikorian, Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, spoke on issues related to dual citizenship and implications of foreign worker programs on illegal immigration.