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How Republicans Can Start to Win on Immigration

jimwg2 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 3:34 AM
Whatever happened to stimulating home-grown engineers? Still, either way it's too late. The Kennedys first let the camel poke its nose under the tent and today our traditional values and culture are being pushed out of the tent. See where "compassion" and PC gets you?
Panda Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 6:09 AM
Want to have a booming supply of home-grown engineers? Think two words:

School vouchers.
aalexander306 Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 1:00 PM
I'm a statistician. My brother is a civil engineer. His son is studying physics with an aim to changing to engineering. (The program he's applying to is very competitive, not exactly what happens when you have a shortage of would-be engineering students. When I was an undergrad 40 years ago, engineering was one of the EASIER schools to get into.)
There has been no shortage of post-mortems after Barack Obama's sweeping victory in November's elections, but the dominant story line is that the Republican Party should focus more on how its message can empower minority groups and tailor their rhetoric toward how a GOP platform helps everyone, not just majority groups. A good example would be Mara Liasson's NPR story on the subject.

One of the major issues that various insurgent elements in the GOP has pushed for is immigration reform. President George W. Bush and 2008 GOP nominee John McCain made a major push for an immigration...