30 May 2007 at 12:54 PM EST

European Example

Posted by Mike Tate in In The News | Comments (0) | Permalink

Yesterday, Stanley Kurtz at National Review Online wrote a lengthy article about immigration lessons from Europe. Here's a highlight:

Let’s take a moment to focus on what’s positive in the latest immigration proposal...from Norway, that is. (Sorry, nothing much worthwhile in the American bill.) It turns out that Conservative-party politicians in Oslo are calling for a moratorium on immigrant-family reunification. (Norway’s Conservative party is fiscally conservative but socially liberal, so this is a novel development.) Oslo city council leader Erling Lae argues that out-of-control family reunification is the most important cause of unemployment, income disparities, and lack of assimilation in Norway’s capital.

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