The Wall Isn’t Just About Immigration; It’s About Everything.
By John F. Di Leo January 9, 2019 A.D. With some share of non-essential government services in shutdown mode (at this writing), the nation is talking about the southern border – specifically, about the President’s small funding request for a […]
By Unanimous Vote, Delaware Set the Stage for Success
by John F. Di Leo December 7, 2018 A.D. Reflections on the anniversary of the first ratification convention’s conclusion… On December 7, 1787, at Elizabeth Battel’s Golden Fleece Tavern in Dover, Delaware, the state of Delaware became the first state to ratify the new […]
Immigration, Past and Present – One by One, and Into the Millions
By John F. Di Leo November 21, 2018 A.D. Reflections on Immigration at a time of Thanksgiving Immigration looms large on the public consciousness these days, with daily news stories about the cultural, economic, and historical effects of mass immigration […]