An open border will take years to fix. We will suffer a trillion-dollars in entitlement costs, and legal, education, food, housing, and transportation assistance to accommodate the 8-10 million who during this administration will cross illegally into the United States.
One reason why I remain optimistic about the impending end of wokism and the failure of the cultural revolution is that the dangers they pose are unsustainable. And by that I mean that they require such dissimulation, that the load of lies eventually will snap the spine of those asked to carry and disseminate them.
[T]he Left continues to cherish the vision of a borderless world as morally superior, a triumph over artificially imposed difference. The truth is that formal borders do not create difference — they reflect it. Elites’ continued attempts to erase borders are both futile and destructive.
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