The cultural and political consequences of a shocking demographic shift on the future of the American Heartland.
Some 400,000 immigrants who fled El Salvador, Nicaragua, Haiti and Sudan to evade disasters natural and man made may be sent back to their native lands after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit (Ramos v. Wolf) said a Trump administration decision to end their temporary protected status (TPS) is Constitutional.
With a net outward migration, and plummeting birth rates, cities like New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. — Democrat strongholds all — seem bound to damn the party to demographic doom. However, these urban strongholds do hold massive wealth to fund Progressive campaigns.
President Trump effectively ends asylum for migrants traveling through Mexico to get to the U.S.. These pass-though migrants must, instead, now seek asylum in the first safe country they enter. In effect, Trump builds a wall made of Mexico. Have we given up on the idea of the U.S. as refuge for the world’s beleaguered masses?
Beto O’Rourke officially launches his 2020 presidential campaign with lofty speech designed to unite Americans. But Bill Whittle says Beto’s policies ignore real problems, and hurt the people he pretends to love — immigrants and the poor. Will “the man from the border” pose a threat to President Trump, who threatens to close the border?