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Today, I go through four important immigration principles that explain what is going on, on both the legal and political sides. 1) You can’t adjudicate yourself out of an invasion. 2) Nothing trumps sovereignty of a nation. 3) An invasion through lawfare and migration is worse than a conventional invasion. 4) Unless we believe in our own sovereignty and push back against the lawfare wholesale, no new statutes will change anything. 

I explain the history of how illegals got so many rights to litigate when we used to deport hundreds of thousands within a few months without any hearings in the Eisenhower era.  The people never voted for these changes, and indeed our laws have been supplanted by lawfare. I also discuss some of the lessons of the Haitian migration crisis of the early 1990s.

Finally, I explain why the Supreme Court victory on criminal alien detentions is another example of winning a single battle while losing the war on sovereignty. 

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