Let Them In: The Case for Open Borders by Jason Riley is an excellent book with a regrettable title. Because I personally do not think the United States could sustain an open borders policy—and because that is also quite adamantly not the position of my employer, World Relief, which like other evangelical groups […]Continue Reading
As someone who has been actively advocating both for better environmental stewardship and better immigration policies, I was taken aback by this statement summarizing the position of key anti-immigration organizations. These groups have recently been arguing that immigrants are bad for the environment and so, in the interest of sustainability, the U.S. should drastically decrease the number of immigrants allowed into the United States each year.Continue Reading
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