Americans welcome immigrants who contribute to their welfare—less so refugees and others who come at a cost.
Immigration, tribalism, and globalism have shattered the idea that there's still a coherent population that the American government is supposed to represent.
Less populous, more populist.
Why is the cosmopolitan dream of an open America suddenly poised to redefine the nation’s soul?
Where did the contempt for America’s people, principles, and culture come from?
These recent books tell us something about our current challenges, though they’re not even thoughtful.
The immigration crisis of 1620.
The immigration debate is mostly a proxy for domestic politics and the culture wars.
Dual citizenship, dual loyalty, and inequality.