(terrorism) Why does America have this fear that a terrorist attack can happen at any time?
This fear has a lot to do with the horrific morning of September, 11 2001 Terrorist high jacked a plane and took America by surprise leaving us scared and frustrated. There are “8 million illegal aliens’’that are residents on U.S soil another million enter every year. The larger numbers of aliens are placing America in a precarious situation. Are trust setting up another plan to ruin America?
(court)The pressure is on the court system that are flooded at record numbers of
‘’unaccompanied minors’’altman from the Honduran reguee escainy violence and
Southwestern immigrants looking for a better way of life for their children. If these
unaccampunied youth are able to go are able to go overcome the language barrier with lawyer they have a 1 in 10 chance of staying according to the Syra...
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...utstanding country. Us as Americans should be very proud in the country we live in, and protect it at all circumstances. Having illegal immigrants over populating our country needs to come to an end, but before we can do that we need to get the rest of America on board with getting the aliens out of our territory. No matter who you are nor how you feel about immigration; it is only right for everyone to be equal by all means. Just because you are not a legal resident of the United States does not mean you can get away without doing your`e part in helping the country you are staying in. When you stay in the United States of America you are labeled as an American. For someone not to pay taxes or contribute to the wear they put on America`s territory; then that 's just not being an american. If they are not going to be an American, then why should they live in America?
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