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Ed Krayewski, MA, MS Biography

Associate Editor of Reason 24/7 at
Pro to the question "Should the Government Allow a Path to Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrants?"

“[W]hat’s wrong with granting amnesty to hard-working, tax-paying individuals whose only crime is their immigration status? Indeed, amnesty is not only the best solution to our immigration problem, it is the only feasible solution. Here are five reasons to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants now.

1. Immigration Is Good for the Economy…

2. Illegal Immigrants Already Pay Taxes…

3. Most Illegal Immigrants Are Otherwise Law-Abiding…

4. Immigration Is a Natural Right…

5. There Are Too Many Illegal Immigrants to Do Anything Else”

“5 Reasons to Grant Amnesty to Illegal Immigrants,”, Feb. 7, 2013

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Instructor, Seton Hall University, Aug. 2015-present
  • Associate Editor, Reason 24/7 at, Apr. 2012-present
  • Adjunct Professor, Seton Hall University, Jan. 2014-May 2015
  • Associate Producer, Fox Business, Nov. 2010-Feb. 2012
  • Producer, Writer, and Actor, Side Effects May Include Parkour, 2010
  • Grip and Electric, The Butcher’s New Day, 2010
  • Former Media Producer, Fox News and Fox Business, Apr. 2008-Nov. 2010
  • Production Assistant, Dottie’s Thanksgiving Pickle, 2009
  • Production Assistant, The Retreat, 2009
  • Former Assistant Producer, NBC Learn, Nov. 2006-Mar. 2008
  • Former Seventh Grade Teacher, Language Arts and Social Studies, George Washington Carver Elementary School, Sep. 2003-June 2005
  • Tutor, Seton Hall Writing Center, Sep. 2001-May 2003
  • Features Editor, The Setonian, Sep. 2001-Apr. 2002
  • Technician, Seton Hall PC Support Services, Sep. 1999-Sep. 2001
  • MS, Journalism, Columbia University
  • MA, International Relations, Seton University
  • BS, International Relations, Seton University
  • Twitter handle: @edkrayewski
  • Translated his father’s novel, Skyliner, from Polish to English and turned it into a comic book series
Quoted in:
  1. Should the Government Allow Immigrants Who Are Here Illegally to Become US Citizens?