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It’s not a question of immigration, but more so it is a question of illegal entry crossing the borders and violating a nation’s sovereignty and the rule of law. Yet when we try to maintain these precepts – adversaries talk of racism, lack of compassion, denial of our fundamental virtues as a country.
Immigration of the 19th and 20th century led to assimilationand integration of people across the country. Fact is, over the years this singular point was arguably the biggest virtue of America. This has changed however, as America becomes more divided; it is becoming countries within a country. How far do we go in accommodating multiculturalism?
Are immigrants coming to America for a better life or fleeing oppression? Does it matter whether they come to the country legally or illegally? In terms of humanitarian efforts should we have a limit? What is our limit? What is our alternative? Is this an American problem or is this a world problem? TIPPING POINT Money, troops, nation-building doesn’t work. Have we learned anything from history? Is there a bipartisan solution? Our panel on immigration for this special series is Dr. Stephen Steinlight, Dennis Santiago, and Hollie McKay.
Link to referenced video: Immigration, World Poverty and Gumballs
Over the next 10 weeks, we will tear apart some of the biggest challenges of our generation. Topics like Immigration, Socialism, The Orwellian State, Elections, Gun Control, Climate Change, Terrorism, A Politically Correct Media, Deep State and the Trump Factor. Thank you for listening and being part of the journey friends. Do remember to Rate the show, leave a quick review and subscribe to Viewpoint on Apple Podcasts by clicking here.
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Malcolm Out Loud
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