Category Archives: Immigration

Letter to Pope Francis: World Needs Freedom to End Poverty

This is my open letter to Pope Francis that is being published the week of his visit to America.  I share it to shed light on the causes and cures of world poverty. Your Holiness, Pope Francis: Welcome to America! I share your deeply-held concern for the poor of the world.  My concern for global poverty and destitution [...]
Also posted in Climate Change, Economic Freedom, Economic Growth, Freedom, Market Capitalism, Poverty, Prosperity, Redistribution of Wealth | Comments closed

Will New Immigrants Impact Future Elections?

Right now, the Federal government permits somewhere between 11 and 20 million illegal aliens to live in the United States.  In addition, the government allows over another 1 million immigrants to enter the United States every year.  Plus, the government has NO LIMIT on immediate family members of aliens allowed into the country.  The 1 million [...]
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Congress vs. The President – An Election Mandate and Next Steps

In my opinion, the 2014 elections sent a clear message to Washington. In fact, I think it gave a very powerful and historical mandate to political leaders that can be summarized as follows: 1. America is way off-track. Get America back on track. 2. As Americans, we are distressed over how the nation is being led. [...]
Also posted in America's Economic War, America's Future, Constitution, Economic Freedom, Elections, Freedom, Health Care System, Rule of Law | Comments closed

Will Dengue Fever and Chikungunya (”The Virus of Pain”) Hit America?

In a foreboding Editorial in Investor’s Business Daily, IBD reports on the Secretary of State warning about another surge of illegal immigrants that might come across our borders, at the very same time that Central America is dealing with new epidemics of terrible diseases.  Will America’s open border policy lead to diseases crossing our southern border?  Will Dengue [...]
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