Most studies of the subject make clear that immigration is a net benefit to the United States today, as it has been from the beginning.
Israel’s savings. He said yes, then gambled on 20 acres of watermelon and paid off the other half. Still he had no house.
Now he’s back in action and expects to bring 500 pounds of pigeon peas to market next year making, maybe, $100. We walk his field in the rain. He’s experimenting by the color of his seeds: will black or white be more valuable than brown?
How great is the pressure to go north? An April 30, 2011, story in the New York Times showing hundreds of Central American emigrants on the top of rail cars, said that the number of arrests for illegal border crossers from the Central American countries doubled in 2010. The U. S. has pressured Mexico to crack down on those crossing through it but surely nothing like what the U. S. is undertaking.