Immigration & America's Future
Since the creation of mankind, our world has undergone many revolutionary changes. One of the more recent (20th century) changes has been a decline in the death rates around the world, led by the emergence of modern medicine and the practice of better farming methods. This was a great human achievement, but we cut the death rate without cutting the birth rate. Now population is soaring, and while human population has always
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over our future, and our children will pay the price of uncontrolled immigration.
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