Earlier this week, the New York Times printed an editorial entitled “An Exodus in Our Own Backyard”, criticizing the Obama Administration over its domestic treatment of refugees fleeing violence in
Socioeconomic instability in
In May of 2014, the same Editorial Board devoted 1,800 words analyzing President Obama’s foreign policy approach. It focused on the situations in
If our country is to resolve the immigration crisis of 15 million undocumented people currently living here, it is time to stop the race-baiting invective of both the left and the right and treat this issue as a symptom of the larger challenge that it is: the biggest opportunity in our hemisphere. This is our opportunity to promote global trade and job growth by supporting and demanding governments in the region to embrace true democratic reforms; de-centralization of state-owned enterprises; and a respect for a rule of law and a demand that human rights be respected and students not murdered.
This is a FOREIGN POLICY CRISIS that should take center stage in this Presidential election cycle. Sadly, our nation’s “paper of record” is treating
As we said time and again, it is time for true leaders to step to the front of the stage to articulate how our relationship with