The Republican senator from Texas needs a new Other.
Whatever the president does to ameliorate our nation's collapsing immigration system will be impactful.
Sending the children back means putting them in danger.
Mexicans threatened by drug cartels or their lackeys in government seek asylum in the U.S.
A poorly timed executive action might upset a delicate political balance.
He can increase the number of employment-based green cards without even changing the law.
Reihan Salam would have his readers believe what they already hope to be true: Latinos are not actually preoccupied with immigration reform.
Another amnesty would encourage people to come illegally.
There is a group that can help at our borders and should not be ignored: Native Americans.
Executive action will energize Latino voters; the lack of it will paint Democrats as ineffective.