Saturday, November 25, 2006


This update focuses on immigration. The recent elections sent a mixed message, with voters electing and defeating both good and bad, while restricting immigration via ballot initiative. Congress recently passed a law creating a border fence. The illegal invasion continues as Congress contemplates both border security and amnesty.

Mark Krikorian writes that Senator Mel Martinez misunderstands the election.
Pat Buchanan shows that the election was not an endorsement of amnesty.
Michelle Malkin provides a realistic view of the border fence act.
Phyllis Schlafly asks whether a border fence will actually be built.
Ian De Silva writes that liberals have flooded America with third world immigrants.
Jerome Corsi writes that open borders undermine national security.
Ron Paul writes that birthright citizenship damages America and should be eliminated.
Ron Paul writes that amnesty would expand the welfare state, costing America billions.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Building a wall is not the answer. When there is a will, there will always be another way.