#127 Illegal Migrants in the U.S.

Lefties have been taunting anti-migrant candidates like Trump. “What are you going to do,” they sneer, “go from house to house looking for migrants and force them across the border when you find them?”

Trump, being Trump, fell into their trap and said, yes, I will have a deportation force, etc., etc., etc.

This is unacceptably expensive, foolish, and nasty. Worse, it is unnecessary. Here is how to deal with the illegal migrants.

1) Cut off all federally funded benefits.
2) Enforce E-verify and significantly increase penalties for non-compliance.
3) Withdraw all federal funds from sanctuary cities or states. Prosecute for non-compliance with federal law.
4) Withdraw all federal funds from states which continue to provide benefits to illegals (this includes allowing them driver’s licenses).
5) Provide transportation and a per diem allowance back to country of origin.
6) Provide medical and educational and welfare benefits to American children of illegals only on the parents’ registering themselves as illegals.
7) Return the citizenship clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to it’s original intent (namely as providing citizenship for the children of slaves).
8) Deport any and all illegals caught on entry with expedited procedures.
9) Establish a federal court for illegals charged with crime.

In Field of Dreams, Kevin Costner famously hears a voice which whispers to him: If you build it, they will come. Well, I don’t know if that’s true, but where income and benefits are concerned, If you take them away, they (the illegals) will leave, is a very good bet.

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4 Responses to #127 Illegal Migrants in the U.S.

  1. Theo Schachter says:

    Nice.

  2. Theo says:

    I’d be interested to read of your thoughts on the situation developing in China and their relationship with North Korea. Where do you see Chinese ambitions leading? Where do the North Koreans stand within that context? Any predictions? Thoughts on the “New Normal” in China.

    • Jean-Pierre Schachter says:

      Hello Theo, I know virtually nothing about either China or NK. The only thing which seems publicly known is that China is suffering a large-scale economic turndown. If history is any guide, the Chinese will attempt to distract their masses with nationalist issues and military adventurism. This seems to be taking place. Unfortunately, the military stuff is very expensive and exacerbates the very condition that led them to it. Since an NK failure would impose huge additional costs on China, it seems unlikely that they would at this time increase pressure there. All in all, it looks pretty bleak.

    • Hello Theo, I know virtually nothing about either China or NK. The only thing which seems publicly known is that China is suffering a large-scale economic turndown. If history is any guide, the Chinese will attempt to distract their masses with nationalist issues and military adventurism. This seems to be taking place. Unfortunately, the military stuff is very expensive and exacerbates the very condition that led them to it. Since an NK failure would impose huge additional costs on China, it seems unlikely that they would at this time increase pressure there. All in all, it looks pretty bleak.

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