Immigrants take different jobs than native workers, and as a result, don't boost the unemployment rate.
After an election, the winning party typically tries to pass the policies it campaigned on while the losers try to work up a more appealing agenda. But last night's dueling speeches revealed, strangely, the reverse.
In his response to the State of the Union, Marco Rubio reprised a very bad argument that just won't go away.
Above all else, the Republican Party wants to cut entitlements. But the one thing they absolutely won't do is cut entitlements.