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Category: Immigration

John  Chambers
John Chambers joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why the so-called “Sanctuary” movement by states and cities violates the Constitutional right of the federal government to set the national immigration standards.
Janice Kephart
Janice Kephart joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how bad it can go for an American accused by their foreign-born spouse who accuses them of abuse without justification.
Janice Kephart
Janice Kephart joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the dangers Americans can suffer if they marry someone who’s a foreign national, including unjustified report of abuse, etc.
Bob Kustka
Bob Kustka joins Jim Blasingame to reveal his thoughts on how to fix our complicated and dysfunctional immigration system, with three steps.
Bob Kustka
Bob Kustka joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the complicated issue of immigration in the U.S., especially for employers who need entry-level workers .
Cindi Bigelow
Cindi Bigelow joins Jim Blasingame to report on her attendance at the recent State of the Union speech, plus her opinion on how we should address the immigration challenge.
Hector Barreto
Hector Barreto joins Jim Blasingame to report on the debate over immigration in Washington, and some of the issues around dealing with the Dreamers and their possible path to citizenship.
Tamar Jacoby
Tamar Jacoby joins Jim Blasingame to debate the sanctuary city (and state) issue as it applies to the multiple layers of the sanctuary, from helping a child get health care to exposing the public to a known killer, and of course, then there’s the Constitution.
Tamar Jacoby
Tamar Jacoby joins Jim Blasingame to report on the immigration negotiating elements both sides have placed on the table, and whether election-year politics will kill any potential progress that could be made.
Tamar Jacoby
Tamar Jacoby joins Jim Blasingame to report on the cynical way both parties use the immigration issue for political purposes, instead of the fix the problem for the country and the individuals caught in the middle.

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