In recent years, there has been a notable resurgence in the concept of ‘Made in America’. This movement, characterized by a growing preference for domestically produced goods, holds significant implications for the economy. From shifting consumer preferences to evolving global dynamics, several factors contribute to this resurgence, shaping both trends and outcomes.
A study released by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) estimates that illegal immigration now costs federal and local taxpayers $113 billion a year. The report, The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Immigration on U.S. Taxpayers, is the most comprehensive analysis of how much the estimated 13 million illegal aliens and their U.S.-born children cost the federal, state, and local governments.
Most Americans know our basic laws regarding illegal immigration. It is illegal to enter the United States without permission. The first time an illegal immigrant is caught in the US it is a misdemeanor civil offense. This is because we want to be able to quickly return illegal aliens to Mexico or Canada when they are caught at the border without the rigors of a jury trial. After the first offense, being caught a second time is a felony.
The official legal language found in the US law codes and provisions for a person who unlawfully enters the US or overstays their visa is an illegal alien. Undocumented workers is a political term or slogan crafted by biased members of the media, illegal aliens, and amnesty-supporting groups.
Are you an American who is concerned and wants to stop, end, and reverse illegal immigration? The answer is simple, but the path to the solution is complex. If you simply want our existing immigration laws strengthened and fully enforced, then you need to get involved politically.
How much longer are you going to wait before you do something to help this problem we all have? Is it more important to save a few dollars and watch our country go down the tubes? Or is your constitutional United States of America the true foundation we must work to restore?
When this question is asked, most Americans do not really seem concerned as to why they should purchase American-made products. These same people represent the majority of America which is the middle class. Middle-class Americans should definitely be concerned with the buy American issue.
How does a nation arrive at a point of financial breakdown? Does arrogant entitlement and over-extension beyond one’s means resonate with today’s news headlines? On a national level, we are experiencing the severity of living on international credit – coming to fruition.