For Real Immigration Reform, Beat the Clock, Pt. 1

— In the early days of television, quiz shows were a staple, and none was more popular or enduring than “Beat the Clock”. In that show contestants were required to perform tasks within a certain time limit. Their time remaining was counted down on a large 60-second clock in front of a live audience. If they succeeded at the task within the prescribed time limit, they “beat the clock”. If not, the clock beat them. Real immigration reform also is in a race to “beat the clock”, but in this case the clock is an unfolding election calendar, whose results at each stage will present a series of opportunities and dangers. [Read More]