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I urge you to get involved and demand our elected representatives actually represent us- We the People! The information contained in my article is being provided to educate as many of our fellow Americans as possible so that they can ask the right questions and make the appropriate demands on our political leaders and representatives.
On February 5, 2015 the David Horowitz Freedom Center’s FrontPage Magazine, published my most recent article:
The first step in problem solving is to identify the components of the problem and then devising the best strategies to most effectively deal with the problem. Sometimes the problems we face may be life-threatening.
Our nation and our citizens face a list of challenges and threats- nearly every one of which is being exacerbated by long-standing failures of our nation to secure our borders and enforce our immigration laws. To be clear, it is not “Anti-Immigrant” to want these two issues to be dealt with effectively. In point of fact, the same immigration laws that mandate the categories of aliens to be kept our of our country and the terms under which aliens should be removed from our country have absolutely nothing to do with race, religion or ethnicity, also provide for the lawful admission of roughly one million lawful immigrants and the naturalization of hundreds of thousands of new citizens each year.
It is therefore a contradiction in terms and thinking to claim that it is “Anti-Immigrant” to support the effective enforcement and administration of our immigration laws
Having raised the issue about the exclusion and removal of aliens from the United States, it is important to understand that this about protecting Americans- indeed all people present in the United States from threats posed by aliens with dangerous communicable diseases, aliens who are seriously mentally ill and are prone to committing acts of violence. Additionally, this is about protecting all present in the United States from aliens who are fugitives from justice, have serious criminal histories and convictions, are spies, terrorists, human rights violators and war criminals.
Finally, this is about making certain that foreign nationals will not become public charges and will not seek or gain employment that will enable them to compete unfairly with American workers thereby displacing Americans similarly employed and/or driving down the wages of such Americans workers.
Let us be clear in our thinking- it is “Pro-Immigrant” to be “Pro-Enforcement!”
The many failures of our immigration system are evident to everyone. The fact that there are unknown millions of illegal aliens present in the United States, the fact that aliens who were granted political asylum, lawful immigrant status and even United States citizenship should raise serious concerns about the vetting process that such aliens undergo. The fact that immigration fraud permeates the immigration benefits program provides clear and unequivocal evidence that the division of USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) is incapable of properly screening applications that they adjudicate, thereby enabling terrorists and criminals to enter the United States and embed themselves in communities across our nation.
Yet the House Committee on Homeland Security inexplicably proposed legislation that would, over a period of years, achieve “operational control” (whatever that vague term means) over the US/Mexican border while blithely ignoring that nearly half of all illegal aliens did not run that border but were admitted via the inspections process, ran the US/Canadian border or stowed away on ships.
If this is supposed to protect us, I am underwhelmed!
Many of the advocates for H.R. 399 are implicitly advocating for Comprehensive Immigration Reform and are supporting an extremely dangerous program that would irrevocably undermine national security. It is time to address the truth in this threat to the security of our nation and the lives of our citizens.
Our immigration system is composed of many moving parts and all must be effectively dealt with. If “a chain is as strong as its weakest link,” the immigration system must be thought of as a chain with extremely weak and even missing links.