Excellent op-ed from Thomas Friedman at New York Times, about how immigration can help deliver America from the current recession.
The Korean's own preferred immigration policy is quite radical. Immigration policy is one of only two areas in which the Korean supports a completely extremist and unrealistic idea. (The other is complete ban of all civilian ownership of firearms except hunting rifles, which will be kept at local police station during non-season.) But even for those who do not favor extremely liberal immigration policy, this point is hard to argue with: there are very smart people from all over the world clamoring to live and work for America, and we are turning them away. Plainly, this hurts America. It needs to change right now.