A mile from the home of the Speaker of the House (Nancy Pelosi), many Americans are homeless. They live on the street, in cardboard boxes and tents, without running water, plumbing, or electricity. Nancy Pelosi’s home is not the only place where many homeless Americans live. And, although not homeless, countless Americans in countless places across America struggle and work hard and worry, to pay their rent — to not become homeless.
On March 22, 2021, we learned that the Biden Administration “inked an $89.6 million contract with a Texas nonprofit to shelter Central American migrants in hotel rooms”. [The “New York Post” website at nypost.com]
Our national immigration policy has become the sole province of one infirm elderly White man, unconstrained by existing immigration law. How is that working out for our nation’s poor?