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    Five Moral Arguments Against the DREAM Act

    Five Moral Arguments Against the DREAM Act

    7/1/2011
    Ira Mehlman

    It’s back. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) is once again pushing the DREAM Act amnesty. Before a packed room (mostly of illegal aliens), the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing earlier this week stacked with witnesses who favor granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.

    Leaving aside all of the deceitful provisions that have been built into the bill that makes it a much broader amnesty than proponents let on, it is important to address the fundamental premise that passing the bill is a moral imperative because the people who would benefit are blameless for being here illegally.

    The DREAM Act fulfills the parents’ principle reason for breaking the law in the first place

    sk the typical illegal alien why he or she came to United States illegally, and invariably the answer is, “I wanted to do better for my family.
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    Senate Holds Hearing On DREAM Act, Some Lawmakers Skeptical

    July 1, 2011
    by Personal Liberty News Desk



    The U.S. Senate recently held its first hearing on a proposal that would allow illegal aliens to gain U.S. citizenship.

    The DREAM (Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors) Act would allow those who were brought into the country illegally while they were minors to apply for citizenship if they spend two years in college or in the military.

    Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has said that such measures are the best way to tackle the immigration crisis in the country, but some lawmakers are not so sure that is the case, reports United Press International.

    “America is a welcoming nation to immigrants who play by the rules and do it the right way,
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