Thursday, February 9th, 2017

Immigration’s Private Parts, Modestly – Yet Shockingly – Exposed

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"With more than three decades of experience under my belt, I like to fancy myself an expert in immigration.  Yet however much I think I understand the subject, new things surface that blow my mind and puncture my inflated sense of self.  I have come to realize that much of what I "know," I merely surmise or sense. It's like looking at an arabesque from a distance, and then homing in, and being stunned by unnoticed details.

Such was my experience reading the prepared remarks and listening to opening statements, testimony and the questioning of government witnesses at a March 6 subcommittee hearing of the House Homeland Security Committee.  Convened by Rep. Candice Miller (R-MI), Chairwoman of the Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, the