Posts Tagged

immigration

Kristjen Nielsen

As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to be uncompromising when it came to immigration. For the most part, he has delivered. An executive order that...
immigration

At some point over the past two or three years--I'm not sure when exactly--"virtue" became a dirty word on the American right. There's not a...

The implementation of a policy that separates illegal border-crossing children from their parents has thrown the Trump administration into crisis, in part, because no one...
border hawks

In the last 48 hours, the portrait of a White House in crisis has been unmistakably clear. Whether or not the Trump administration has a policy...
deportations

Donald Trump’s critics are becoming more strategic. Democrats who contend that the left should be more selective with what they chose to become outraged over...
Italy

News of populism’s demise has been greatly exaggerated. That’s the meaning of the weekend’s election in Italy, which saw movements from the political fringes rout...
sweden

America's immigration debate in recent days has been marked by grandstanding, brinkmanship, and not a little absurdity. Its tone has been degraded, owing mainly to...
extreme vetting

Observers on the right must have been confused by the controversy that erupted following Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s recent appearance on Fox News. What he...

Donald Trump can't decide which person he is on immigration—the one with love or the one who prefers Nordics to Nigerians. Meanwhile, Hawaii tells its...
immigration

Dear President Trump: COMMENTARY is a 73-year-old monthly magazine of serious conservative thought and opinion. So my colleagues and I are loath to publish obscenities, including on...

Trump has a meeting and everybody cheers, then he decides to oppose his own administration's policies and everybody gets depressed again. Meanwhile, Right and Left...
Northam

In the months leading up to October, both candidates vying to replace Democratic Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe had tried unsuccessfully to focus almost exclusively on...