Essay On Illegal Immigration

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Mackenzie WolfDavid BrennerEnglish 1302 - Summer 16/28/14Immigration To A Whole New LevelIn our world today, immigration is not necessarily a horrible thing, but breaking the law is. Many different socialists, economists, and political leaders say that The United States economy can depend on illegal immigrants. Not only do they accept low income for necessary jobs such as construction workers, but they also pay their taxes, and spend money which all plays a part in our national economy. On the other hand, other economists say the opposite in terms of illegal immigrants do not help The United States economy whatsoever. To where they can help our economy, or to make our nation more o ...view middle of the document...

Personally, I agree with this global issue that needs to be taken more seriously. I do not agree with illegal immigration whatsoever, but legal migration into the United States needs to be managed in a better way. Our nation has also struggled with discrimination for many decades and still is a major concern for immigrants. Annan's article does have some valid evidence from other primary sources to back up his argument. He discusses that not only does our country need to have more respect for immigrants who flea their home country to ours for various reasons, but to be proud that our country is so diverse in many different ethnicities. Although he does not see to have any other opinions other from his own, his credibility is reliable. His sufficiency on his argument supporting illegal immigrants does summit important information. He declares that International Migration should look further into improving international cooperation with the issue of migration. Although there is not statistical data or any quotable evidence, the author explains in his opinion what our nation can do to further help the national issue of immigration.The war on drugs is lacking any meaning behind the cause of such violence between Mexico and The United States. According to the article, "Why Mexico's Drug War Is Unwinnable," the author, Laura Carlsen, discusses the drug war in Mexico is creating a more realistic ideal of how dangerous it is for The United States. Not only is it failing, but is creating more anxiety for the safety of our citizens. Carlsen seeks to promote the idea that the war on drugs in unwinnable and not ideal to surrender to the country of Mexico. In my opinion, I believe that drugs across the world will also be an issue to fight for. This national issue seems to be failing in the words of Carlsen, so why not fix it? It is enormously important for our nation to know that the drug war between the two countries may turn out worse than it actually is. The author provides credible evidence through the use of statistics and examples such as the Obama administration to promote her argument on this issue. Her accuracy is effective to an extent when providing such evidence. There is a lot of detail provided in Carlson's article that isn't too vague for the audience to fully understand. If the d...


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