The market adapts to new workers, which results in higher wages for everyone.
The government does not seem to have the capacity to adequately vet applications.
Mr. President, there is still work left to do on immigration.
The White House's lack of immediate action on a federal judge's ruling hints of defeat.
Floor action has ground to a halt with repeated filibusters and — yes — a partial government shutdown looming.
Good policy occasionally makes for good politics.
Is this the last straw in the funding debate over Obama's unlawful executive amnesty decree?
Mathematical reality seems to be a challenge for the GOP House majority.
Is keeping a lawless amnesty running more important to Democrats than keeping DHS funded?
Why are some key politicians unwilling to take a position?