Immigration is one of the most controversial and divisive topics in politics today and has been for decades. An abundance of discourse on the subject involves disparaging any claims but your own—and this extends way beyond the left and right because there are many complexities, stakeholders, driving forces, and individual proposals. Border security, jobs, the
This historical series of three blog articles is intended to contextualize the issue of illegal immigration. The articles will address two comprehensive solutions. One is to become a citizen. Immigrant Tax Inquiry Group (ITIG) explores some of what it means to be a citizen - the commitment and cost. From the desire to leave a
Llewellyn King from the White House Chronicle is a proponent and advocate of The Third Way. The ITIG team is proud to have his voice eloquently portray a descriptive image of our plan. Check out White House Chronicle for the full article citing King's insight about the Third Way for immigration reform.
Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush debated about immigration in 1980 in Houston. Would would they say today about immigration reform and Mexican border security?