Columns by D.A. King published in Fox News Latino

  • Opinion: Best part of GOP candidate debate? An immigration commercial, by D.A. King, Fox News Latino, September 17, 2015

    Yes, it’s true: The higher the numbers of workers in the labor market, the lower the wages for working Americans of every description.

  • Opinion: 'Alien' too hurtful? Maybe entire legal code should be re-written in Emojis, by D.A. King, Fox News Latino, August 12, 2015

    One wonders at the sleepless nights and fits of rage from the California government officials when they hear that “illegal alien” is used in federal law, various state laws, by the IRS, in multiple presidential Executive Orders, by federal immigration law enforcement and by the United States Supreme Court — including by that self-described “wise Latina” Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

  • Opinion: Pro-enforcement Americans celebrate Texas ruling on Obama’s executive actions, by D.A. King, FoxNews Latino, February 24, 2015

    There is a bright side of this decision for the Obama administration: Hanen has officially expressed clear agreement with the president. Albeit the pre-November 2014 Obama, who made it clear – 23 times – that he lacks the authority to discard laws he finds obstructive to his agenda or to write his own from scratch.

  • On Jeb’s 'Act Of Love': Republicans Should Keep Looking For A Presidential Candidate, by D.A. King, Fox News Latino, April 8, 2014

    "Many Americans are being left behind, and that includes African-Americans and Latinos who are being disproportionately left behind by the job creation that we see," National Urban League President Marc Morial said. We won’t hear it from the “party-of-the-working man” Democrats, but another amnesty and doubling immigration is not the solution to this shameful crisis.

    Neither is Jeb.

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