With this episode, Jacob and Eric launch a new sub-series on The Right Take: The Long Take, in which they sit down and discuss one single massive issue, from its history to its current socio-political implications, and give the proper national populist take on how to handle it. For this episode, they look at the long history of immigration law in the United States, how we got to our current open-borders and mass amnesty fiasco, and what we can and should do to fix it before it’s too late.
05:25 Where the Right stands today on immigration
09:07 History of immigration in the US until the Reagan era
43:23 Amnesty, chain migration, and the visa lottery
48:30 The negative labor impact of immigration on Americans