The Immigration Issue

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A college friend once asked, “What right do we have to seal our borders and tell people they cannot enter our country? Weall equally inhabit the Earth, and we just happened to be born in this land, so we cannot morally keep people out of a land that we have no right to possess.” This line of thinking is becoming more and more prevalent which each passing day, and immigration has quietlybecome one of the most defining issues of our time. There are myriad questionssurrounding this topicof immigration, but most can be easilyanswered by simply viewing our country as we would our home.

Theanalogy: America is the house where the American family lives. When only Americans are in the house, there is an established order of house rules which are generally followed for the most part. (Sure there are the occasional disturbances of the peace, but by and large America…

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