Friday, December 11, 2015

Trump is Right; Democrats and Rinos are Wrong...As Usual.

The Constitution protects freedom of religion for U.S. citizens.  But citizens of foreign lands have no constitutional right to migrate.  And federal law gives a president broad powers in deciding who comes and who does not, especially in wartime.

In 1924, Congress restricted immigration from
Asia, reduced the numbers coming from southern and Central Europe, and produced a 40-year moratorium on most immigration into the United States.

Its authors and President Coolidge wanted ours to remain a nation whose primary religious and ethnic ties were to
Europe, not Africa or Asia.

Under FDR, Truman and JFK, this was the law of the land.

My source for the above is Pat Buchanan’s recent column, which you can read here:

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