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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Mark Krikorian
The debate is raging over whether the latest immigration bill is an amnesty for illegal immigrants, but one part is clear: The legislation would forgive businesses that have employed those immigrants illegally.
"One picture of a cop with a bloody nose and it's all over for these people," Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies, which favors greater restrictions on immigration, said of the activists.
Mr. Krikorian said the immigration debate in the GOP will depend in part on whether anyone emerges who is willing to buck big-dollar donors and run on a more populist message that includes cracking down on illegal immigration.