I don't want to take anything from you. I just want opportunity.
In order to become a citizen, I had to take an American history and civics test. I was shocked to learn that some of my American-born friends didn't know some of the answers.
The AP banned "illegal alien," "an illegal," "illegals" and "undocumented" from its stylebook. But these aren't slurs or insults, and the AP is now just banning the language of legality.
Half of U.S-based startups were created by foreign born entrepreneurs, but U.S. immigration reform laws are making it harder for immigrants to create companies in America.
In the midst of internal strife and soul-searching within the Republican Party, rather than offer moderate immigration bills, the GOP should learn from Ron Paul's grassroots message and support.
The Associated Press has dropped it from their stylebook, and many people are cheering on the decision. But there's nothing wrong with the term "illegal immigrant."
Alabama's HB 56 is part of a larger trend of draconian immigration legislation in this country creating more of an immigration problem than it solves.
In 2007, the Senate was close to an immigration bill, only to be spooked away from comprehensive reform by three central arguments. Today these same old arguments are flying about.