Comment: Win Or Lose
Today's issue of Immigration Daily contains a galore of articles on Immigration Inadmissibility & Marijuana, On New L-1A Petitions, Turkish Asylum, Obligations of Rent-A-Centers, National Origin Discrimination Claims and also a USCIS policy memo on Revised Guidelines for Asylum Cases Involving Terrorism-related Inadmissibility Grounds.
In a thoughtful article looking beyond the upcoming election, Republican commentator and pollster, Jay Cost, looks at the possible impact of a Trump Presidency on the Republican Party and the conservative movement.
Though the president's place in our system has been blown all out of proportion, he rightly has an important role to play in forging a national, broad-based majority around shared policy goals... This requires prudence - an ineffable quality that defies systematization, and instead instructs a leader to adjust his strategies according to circumstances, to assess the political situation with calm self-possession, and to seize the moments when they arrive: Lincoln using the victory at Antietam to issue the Emancipation Proclamation; FDR anticipating the threat from European fascism despite the "America First" craze; Eisenhower sending troops into Little Rock; Lyndon Johnson pushing civil rights to honor Kennedy's legacy; Richard Nixon going to China; Reagan walking away at Reykjavik; George W. Bush grabbing the bullhorn on the rubble of the World Trade Center.Thanks to selecting a nominee championing against core American traditions and values, such as immigration, and lacking in the core qualities possessed by our great Presidents (Republican and Democratic), the Republican Party has set itself up for a historic setback--win or lose. And it appears that the setback for the party will be far more expansive and long term if Trump were to win and show in action what he has been saying in words. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at email@example.com.
Trump is a polarizing figure, lacking a coherent vision of America's future, ignorant of the art of statecraft, and facing substantial political and economic headwinds. I expect him to fail, and I know that his failure will be an unadorned blessing for the left wing of the Democratic party.
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Headline: ALL 2016 American Nobel laureates are immigrants
Headline: DHS Says Unauthorized Immigration Dropped 90% Over Past Decade Click here
Headline: Louisiana isn't letting immigrants get married Click here
Headline: Brooklyn Man Sues Federal Government To Override Anti-Immigration Ruling Click here
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