Helen E. Krieble

Helen E. Krieble

Helen E. Krieble is founder and president of The Vernon K. Krieble Foundation, author of "Two Paths to Safety: A Private Sector Initiative to Break the Illegal Immigration Deadlock.," and a contributing scholar with The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College.

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From immigration to citizenship: A conversation with Helen Krieble

July 22, 2013 | by | Topic: Annual Conference Lectures, Citizenship & The American Cause, Streaming Video

Editor’s note: Helen Krieble is a leading intellectual on immigration policy reform and citizenship. A businesswoman, she has employed seasonal non-agricultural workers for 20 years and has experienced firsthand the vagaries, difficulties and heartbreak of U.S. immigration law. She … More>

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Immigration Reform: Considering the Guest Worker Program

February 22, 2013 | by | Topic: American History & Presidents, Media & Culture, Military & Foreign Policy

Editor’s note: A version of this article first appeared at The Guardian.

Suddenly, everyone in Washington seems to agree on the need for immigration reform, and they may even agree on most of the details. That’s because nobody has … More>

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V&V Q&A: On the “Red Card Solution”

January 9, 2012 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems, The Law

Editor’s Note: The “V&V Q&A” is an e-publication from The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. In this latest edition, we discuss a recent column by Ann Coulter, which criticized Newt Gingrich for advocating Helen Krieble’s “Red More>

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