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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Board Of Immigration Appeals
In short order, parental rights are now wrong
For years, the need for an immigration court has been obvious, but it has gone unmet. As major immigration-reform legislation moves through Congress, now is the time to create the court, under terms in Article 1 of the U.S. Constitution.
In a remarkably short time, Germany recovered smartly from the wreckage of its defeat in World War II to become the economic strongman of Europe. Monuments to the nation's plunge into Nazism remain at Dachau and other death camps as grim reminders of the dangers of an all-powerful state with a messianic leader.
As you follow the debate over the Bush-Kennedy immigration bill, keep this cardinal rule in mind: 99.99 percent of the lawmakers who promise you they'll ensure the deportation of anyone who doesn't follow their new "guest-worker" regulations are either (A) lying or (B) completely clueless.