Reihan Salam, the executive editor of National Review and a National Review Institute policy fellow, thoughtfully examines the state of immigration in America. As a son of immigrants, he makes the case against open borders, uses data to support his claims, and offers realistic policy solutions. We also delve into the “forgotten” immigrant class – those who actually follow the law and came to the US legally, and how conservatives should respond to ridiculous liberal claims of Republicans being of anti-immigration, xenophobes, and even racists. 

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