THE WEEKLY STANDARD podcast with executive editor Fred Barnes on immigration reform's long, hot summer ahead.Read more
David Frum writes at the Daily Beast about why the elite consensus on immigration reform is wrong:
Nothing unifies the American elite like immigration. From Barack Obama to Paul Ryan, from the editorial board of The New York Times to that of The Wall Street Journal, from the offices of Facebook to those of Goldman Sachs, everybody who counts more or less agrees.Read more
With an immigration bill finally on the table, Republicans would do well to stop and ponder how they have arrived at this juncture. Since the November election they have been preoccupied with how to approach Hispanics on this critical issue.Read more
THE WEEKLY STANDARD podcast with William Kristol on the the Boston bombing, Obama's disappearing "red line" in Syria, and immigration reform.Read more
Immigration Wars has gotten a lot of attention because of its proposal to offer undocumented immigrants permanent legal resident status in lieu of citizenship—and because of Jeb Bush’s subsequent walking it back and expressing a willingness to support some kind of a path to citizenship for illegals. Just as noteworthy is the book’s critique of the bedrock of our immigration policy—family reunification—and its proposal to eliminate preferential visas for immigrant parents of U.S.Read more
THE WEEKLY STANDARD podcast with William Kristol on immigration reform, gun control, and a review of this week in Washington.Read more
White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer was asked Wednesday morning to decribe what he considers President Obama’s "precepts" for getting things done in Washington. “There’s almost no characteristic more important than discipline,” Pfeiffer responded.Read more
THE WEEKLY STANDARD podcast with Fred Barnes hosted by Michael Graham:
THE WEEKLY STANDARD podcast with Jim Swift, hosted by Michael Graham:Read more
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