In one paragraph, for the Heritage Foundation’s Job Bank:
No policy could grant more freedom and just prosperity to a greater number of people than one of amnesty and open immigration. By opening its borders, the United States can extend the blessing of the liberty that its citizens enjoy to millions of the world’s poor and oppressed – and it can do so, perhaps irreversibly, in a nearly effortless moment. To keep its borders closed is to deny that freedom is a universal privilege of humanity, to proclaim it instead a simple accident of one’s place of birth.
Let’s see if I can blog about something else now, no?