A plan being pushed in Congress right now by senators from both major political parties would force all Americans to get a biometric national ID card. It is being promoted as a key “immigration reform” measure, but the truth is that a national ID card is much more about the government’s endless appetite for more control over the American people. If this national ID card plan is passed by Congress, you will not be able to get a job without one. So how are you going to survive if you can’t work? In addition, this national ID card would undoubtedly soon be used to identify us for all sorts of other purposes. For example, have you tried to open up a bank account lately? They make you jump through all sorts of hoops to prove that you are who you say that you are. So what would happen if the government decided to require you to show your national ID card before opening up a bank account? If you refused to get a card, how would you be able to function in society without a bank account? Would you try to (Read More...)
The anti-illegal immigration law recently passed by Arizona has created an absolute firestorm of controversy all across the United States. But why should it be so controversial? The only thing that Arizona is outlawing is already against the law. The truth is that it is simply not legal to come into the United States and stay here without going through the proper procedures. There is nothing earth-shattering about that. We need immigration, but those who desire to immigrate should be forced to go through the front door. Instead, we have made legal immigration a complete and total headache, but at the same time we have allowed tens of millions of people to come in illegally through the back door. So we are keeping out the kind of people that would be a benefit to our society while at the same time keeping the door wide open for serial criminals, gang members and drug dealers.
Does that make any sense at all?
What in the world is going on?
Is there a reason why the U.S. government refuses to secure our border with Mexico?
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