With a focus on Georgia, The Dustin Inman Society is dedicated to educating the public and our elected officials on the consequences of illegal immigration, our unsecured borders and the breakdown of the rule of law in our Republic.
Named for one of the thousands of Americans who have paid the ultimate price for those unsecured borders, The Dustin Inman Society is a non-partisan coalition of citizens of all ethnicities and from all walks of life who recognize that illegal immigration and homeland security are the most critical issues in America today.
The obvious illegal immigration crisis is not a "federal problem" - it is a national problem - with Georgia having one of the largest populations of illegal aliens and criminal employers in the nation.
It is not un-American to demand equal protection under the law.
"Those who should get in, get in; those who should be kept out, are kept out; and those who should not be here will be required to leave."
- Testimony of the late Barbara Jordan, Chair, U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform on February 24, 1995.
"I feel like the system really let me down... I blame the government more than I do him."
- Billy Inman, Dustin Inman’s father, on the death of his son, killed by an illegal alien on Father's Day weekend, 2000.
"Members of Hezbollah have already entered the United States across the Southwest border".
"A Line In the Sand: Confronting the Threat at the Southwest Border" -U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security report, 2006
Senator John McCain: 10,000 illegals a day entered U.S. in 2002
How will we know when we have enough illegal aliens in Georgia?
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D.A. King (President) -
listen to audio interview on NPR, February, 2009.