Americans need to start sticking up for what’s right in their country and should stop being bullied by the government. Sticking up will take a lot of effort and time but for it to be accomplished then Americans should protest non-violently and write letters to the government. These letters and non-violent protests will make the government realize that the Americans are right, and that the crack cocaine dealers will get reduced jail
Finally, President Obama wants to prevent the exploitation of illegal immigrants by giving employers a dependable way to verify citizenship status (“Immigration Reform”). I am in favor of this reform because I do not believe people coming to this country in search of a better life should be punished because of our inadequate immigration
However, they just continue to come back to the United States. Deporting the illegal immigrants is not an effective way to handle this problem. Another idea to decrease illegal immigration is to increase the amount of border control workers. While this can stop many illegal immigrants and Rigby 3 create more jobs for United States citizens it will just barely put a dent in the amount that still enters the United States every year. A solution to this ever growing problem would to be for the United States to begin charging the countries in which illegal immigrants are coming to the United States from.
Racial profiling has been an issue existing long time ago, and throughout time somehow we are improving that issue, but now Arizona state is actually making it a law to make racial profiling to search for those “aliens” as they are called the illegal immigrants that are in that state. To allow police to harass a person just from a simple suspicious is atrocious. This is not a good enough reason to be profiling someone of being an illegal immigrant, it might not be what they intend to do, but this is going to do more harm than good, because since when are people fine with having someone profiling you of a certain race
There have been many studies which suggest that each pedophile molests and average of 148 children over their lifetime. Considering that estimate, the deportees alone could have accounted for 900,580 victims. -29 percent of the U.S. prison population is comprised of illegal aliens, at an annual cost to the American taxpayers of more than $1.6 billion.” (Gibson, 2010) Questions: Should Government, in failing to secure the borders, be held liable for crimes committed by illegal aliens? Should local authorities be authorized to enforce federal immigration laws to assist ICE? Should public services be refused to illegal aliens?
When other countries look at us and see how we treat illegal immigrants they say and that's what people call the world super power. If we were the world super power we would help people who come from another part of the world and seek for help. If we was the world super power when they come we wouldn't look down on them put labels on them and say you don't belong here and you are not apart of us. If we were a world super power we would accept them, no matter what's there ethnicity or where they come from, we would take them in as our own without having to take them through every loop we find to be free. If we are a world super power and a country of freedom we need to start acting like it or give our title to someone who deserve it.
For example, in the Heritage study, the low-income immigrant households became surrogates for illegal foreign households, which would cause the 38 percent of total federal expenditures on general public goods on illegal aliens (Martin & Ruark, 2010, p. 30). Government has to spend more on transportation services, administrative support services and other services to these people. Moreover, the government increases the spending for border security. According to the report of Pew Research Hispanic Trends Project, there were 11.7 million unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S., up from 11.5 million in 2011. In order to control this situation, the government has to strength the border security.
I believe before we address the issue of what to do with the illegal immigrants that have already intruded into our country, we first need to cut off anymore illegal immigrants from venturing here. There are countless suggestions as to how we should accomplish this task, and there is no right or wrong recommendation. Such ideas include: building a fence along the border, revoking the birthright citizenship, removing the availability of health services and social services to illegal immigrants, and using drones to spot illegal immigrants. I will concentrate on two of these proposals. In my opinion, refusing to grant illegal immigrants health and government services will greatly aid in diminishing the flow of illegal immigrants that are coming into America.
Research shows that between 40 and 50 percent of wage loss among low skilled Americans is due to the immigration of low skilled workers. Some native workers lose not just wages but their jobs through immigrant competition. An estimated 1,880,000 American workers are displaced from their jobs every year by immigration. (Colorado Alliance for Immigration Reform) 71% of respondents in a 2006 Quinnipiac University Poll believed that enforcement of immigration laws would require additional measures beyond a border fence, with 65% of
America’s primary goal is national security and when thousands of illegal immigrants travel into the U.S. each year, any one of those illegal immigrants could have plans to wreak havoc on this country. Gang members could be affiliated with terrorist groups who have ill-intentions for America, jeopardizing public safety (I’d rather my pink Caddy not have bullet holes in it). Along with the violence, illegal immigrants take jobs away from legal residence (right about here is where I ran out of stuff to say so I B.S.-ed it to make it longer, just bein’ honest). It’s proven that illegal immigrants are more likely to do lower paying jobs that involve more labor than legal Americans, but in the long run those jobs would be filled by previously un-employed citizens. This would strengthen America’s economy in the long run and reduce how much the government pays out to