Closing Borders – The Business Case

Company after company has voted to hire illegal aliens collectively saving millions in payroll expense while adding substantially to the bottom line.  Each of these companies, whether agricultural, manufacturing, or service oriented not only violates the law by hiring these aliens, but also contributes to the endangerment of the American public.

These companies  have paid to get politicians to look the other way.  They have lobbied for sanctuary cities and policies which now free illegal immigrant criminals back out into society.  Each and every death caused by these illegal immigrant criminals has been a result of this lobbying effort.    These companies are to blame and should be held accountable.

The winds are changing where this will no longer be the case:

The penalties going back for years will be collected:

First offenders can be fined $250-$2,000 per illegal employee.

For a second offense, the fine is $2,000-$5,000 per illegal employee.

Three or more offenses can cost an employer $3000-$10,000 per illegal employee. A pattern of knowingly employing illegal immigrants can mean extra fines and up to six months in jail for an employer.

Letting in 200,000 Syrian refugees is just an extension of this open borders process.   If just .1 percent of these are terrorists, that is 200 terrorists.  That translates to lots of dead Americans.  Again, companies whose lobbying efforts have opened the southern border are also responsible for this and the destruction that follows.

I expect power to change hands in 2017.   At that point, I would expect that every company that broke immigration laws pay the penalties, or be sued by those damaged by their hiring of illegals.  The profits of convenience will be wiped out.   All those who lost legit jobs to illegals should sue as well.  My hope is that every company that has done this damage to the American worker, or his family will be held accountable.

 

 

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Distractions and Conspiracies

Today I was trying to focus on just thinking.  I was thinking about what my plans were for the next couple of years and I would love to say that I made a lot of progress, but that would be a lie.  Between the TV, the radio, the phone, Facebook, and my own random thoughts staying on track proved to be an impossible task.  Unfortunately, as a society that is the experience impacting anyone that wants to make a positive change.

We start with an idea and along comes a cute baby video,  a favorite TV show, a phone call and that idea is gone.  If that is not enough, the news bombards us with celebrity news as if these are people we should care about.  Should I care if someone I do not know and who I will never meet has her husband in a coma after he visits a brothel?  Aren’t there people closer to home, that I know, that I should be praying for and when possible doing for?  Sure are.

But while I am bombarded with news that is someone else’s reality show, hundreds are laid off in Brookwood, AL because no one was paying attention to the policies that impact us all. Life becomes more difficult for the average American while the majority are distracted by stupid people playing Evil Knievel on the internet.

We are all distracted.  It has become the American way of life.  Perhaps if we pay more attention Planned Parenthood would not be selling aborted fetal baby parts,  illegal aliens would not be killing people after they had been deported 5 times, and Chicago would not have 40 plus shootings on an average weekend.

Distraction is the conspiracy.  It is why more and more bad things happen.  I guess it’s time to pay attention.