Our family never felt we had a 'right' to move to the US

Our family came to the U.S. from Cuba in the fall of 1964.  It was a process that took months, in part because we had to be "vetted," or acquire legal entry to the U.S. We wanted to move to the U.S. and leave a communist regime.  We also understood that the U.S. had the last word.  In other words, we did not have a right to come to the U.S. This is what makes these "marches" so strange, as Rich Lowry wrote: Trump’s immigration order is vulnerable to any number of legitimate criticisms, on its merits and particularly on its shambolic rollout.  But it is not true that a months-long pause in immigration from seven Muslim-majorities countries, some of which lack functioning governments, and all of which are either war-torn or hostile to the United States, is a violation of the nation’s creed. Nowhere is it written that the United States can never tap the brakes on immigration.  For much of the political class and...(Read Full Post)