Immigration in the National Interest - Imprimis

Posted by $ AJAshinoff 3 years, 7 months ago to Government
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A great many valid points are made in this article regarding the consequences of immigration.
SOURCE URL: https://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/immigration-national-interest/


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  • Posted by rbroberg 3 years, 7 months ago
    A great many valid points, to be sure, and an intelligent analysis. On the other hand, it could be written in fewer words to an audience that accepts rational egoism, which is to say to those who reject altruism. The number of people explicit about such an identification are, sadly, strikingly few.
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  • Posted by LibertyBelle 3 years, 7 months ago
    Interesting points. While I am not a xenophobe, I don't want to just throw out those who were brought here (albeit illegally) as children, if they have been productive and behaving well. But I suppose we'll have to put a stop to the "chain' stuff.
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    • Posted by JohnJMulhall 3 years, 6 months ago
      Trump plan is not to throw out everyone - only those who have broken laws since here (MS-13 anyone?). The Lying Sacks of [Media] only do the 'narrative of the day' for the left, and it is not necessarily truthful...
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    • Posted by ewv 3 years, 6 months ago
      Most of them are now adults who as adults have knowingly stayed here illegally. We are not responsible for what they and their parents have done. They have no right to any special privileges just because they got away with it so far, along with the rest of their "chain".
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      • Posted by LibertyBelle 3 years, 6 months ago
        The should have immediately gotten out of the country upon reaching majority age, even after having been brought up as Americans, and perhaps even having worked and paid taxes? Excuse me, I find that a bit unreasonable. (Not saying that aliens should be allowed to bring their children in that way in the future.)
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