Immigration reform is the common term used in political discussions regarding changes to the current immigration policy of a country. In its strict definition "reform " means to change into an improved form or condition, by amending or removing faults or abuses. In the political sense, immigration reform discussions can be general enough to include promoted, expanded, or open immigration as well as the aspect of reducing or eliminating immigration altogether.
Few Americans are unaware of the significant immigration problems currently rising on the political agenda of the United States. While Arizona made the headlines a month or so ago, this morning, our 44th President Barack Obama spoke sternly about the necessity of strong immigration reform. President Obama emphasized the need for bipartisan support for such reform not only because members from both parties are needed for any bill to pass the House and Senate, but also because bipartisan … more
Let's get real! There is no simply possibility of resolving the deep divisions in this country until the matter of illegal immigration is settled once and for all. And let me be clear here. I am furious at both political parties for their selfish and totally inept handling of this situation over the past two decades. One of the primary responsibilities of any government is to secure the borders. For their own selfish reasons both Democrats and … more