Sunday, April 3, 2011

The Terrorist Element of Illegal Immigration

The terrorism aspect of illegal immigration is an issue that was lost during the recent debates over immigration in Utah.

It was if terrorism was of no concern.

Is this true?  Should terrorism be seen as inconsequential in our illegal immigration debates?

No doubt, there are many articles and materials available on this issue.

One interesting item I came across recently is a flier prepared on the issue and available at

It is hard-hitting and direct.

It is available at:

In Utah, and possibly in other locations, the debate over illegal immigrants has narrowed to a debate about hard-working Mexican families who are illegal versus cold-hearted and evil laws that rip families apart.

This is an unwarranted and reductionistic view of the issues that are part of the illegal immigration problem.

When examining the illegal immigration issue from a larger perspective, we see how our leaders are narrowly focused on serving special interests and not on the welfare of the nation as a whole.

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