Standing two feet from Canada on windswept Montana prairie land, U.S. Border Patrol agent Andrew Herdina looks out over a line of crooked old fence posts with no wire between them -- the international border.
First step in process involves filing federal complaint . . .
More than half the country’s governors, citing security concerns, said they would refuse to accept Syrian refugees into their states following the Paris attacks.
Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Lisa Mascaro
November 16, 2015
Los Angeles Times
Another business is laying off American tech workers and forcing them to train their foreign replacements, joining the ranks of Southern California Edison, Disney, Fossil Group and Catalina Marketing.
Help us curtail U.S. overpopulation driven primarily by over-immigration. Your children and grandchildren will thank you.
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