Rhetoric plays an unfortunately large role in public policy debates. Generally, those who are particularly supportive of deporting illegal immigrants tend to call them “illegal aliens” while those who prefer legalization tend to use the term “undocumented immigrants.” As I’ve written before, these euphemisms are tiresome and don't matter much.
Featuring Clay Routledge, Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Scientist, North Dakota State University; Jason Kuznicki, Research Fellow, Cato Institute; moderated by Marian L. Tupy, Editor, HumanProgress.org.
It is perfectly understandable that current government officials wish to stock the courts with former government advocates. But it's a bad deal for the rest of us and a doubtful way to ensure equal justice under law.