Tucker Carlson: Unfiltered

Season 1 Episode 29

The Immigration Situation

Aired Friday 9:30 PM Jan 14, 2005 on PBS
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The Immigration Situation
President Bush said this week that reforming America's immigration system is near the top of his second term agenda. The president is proposing a guest worker program to normalize the huge illegal alien workplace. Many in the president's own Republican party are against what they see as a de facto amnesty program for lawbreakers. But not John McCain, the Republican senator from Arizona. He is Tucker's "First Up" guest.

And on our "Plus 2" segment, the conversation about America's schizophrenic relationship with its immigrants, legal and not, continues with two of our favorite immigrants and "Unfiltered" regulars: David Frum of National Review and the American Enterprise Institute (and a native of Canada) and Zanny Minton Beddoes of The Economist (and a native of Britain).moreless

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