Founder’s QuoteSeptember 20, 2022
Something All Catholic Colleges and Universities Agree On, by Randall SmithSeptember 20, 2022
By Mark Hemingway, The Federalist, Sept. 19, 2022
Mark Hemingway is the Book Editor at The Federalist, and was formerly a senior writer at The Weekly Standard.
When Republican governors send 50 migrants to Martha’s Vineyard, it’s a humanitarian crisis. When 51 migrants who were encouraged to cross the border by Democrats die in the back of a truck, well, that’s a statistic.
In September of 2014, I found myself in a town hall meeting in Lexington, Nebraska — population 10,000. It’s a meat-packing town about three hours west of Omaha, and not what one would call a wealthy town. I was there on a campaign stop with Sen. Ben Sasse, and the people of Lexington were very concerned with one issue in particular: what to do about the 11 Central American kids the federal government had dropped off unannounced in Lexington the month prior, just before the start of school. There had been a rapid influx of unaccompanied minors crossing the border that summer, and the Obama administration just relocated many of them around the country in towns such as Lexington. …