Long ago, it seems, Congress gave up on the idea of adopting comprehensive immigration reform. The debate over what to do about millions of people who are in the U.S. illegally was just too hard.
President Trump said he wanted to deport them and build a wall that would keep them from coming back. So far, that’s gone nowhere, too.
The recent debate has focused instead on a group of young immigrants who entered the country illegally through no fault of their own — kids who were brought in by their parents or others. Most grew up speaking English, attending U.S. schools, playing on community soccer or football teams.
Are they supposed to be deported? To where? To...