Columns by D.A. King published in the Chattanooga Times
Lesson of illegal immigration: Enforcement works, by D.A. King, Chattanooga Times Free Press, July 24, 2011
Known as “HB 87,” Georgia’s ‘Illegal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act 0f 2011’ seems to have all the right enemies. The law is certainly producing all the right results: Illegally present aliens are migrating out of Georgia by the busload.
Seeing the fruits of our labor did not come without entertaining and educational events.
America hardly needs a repeat of amnesty fiasco, by D.A. King, Chattanooga Times Free Press, April 18, 2010
There is no universal civil right to live and work in the United States. Immigration laws and borders are not human rights violations. Traditional levels of immigration were set to allow about 250,000 immigrants into the United States each year if they could demonstrate that they would not become a "public charge" and would benefit the national interest.
Inconvenient detail: Immigration into the United States is not and never was intended to serve as a relief valve to benefit any other country.
Chattanooga: Immigration in reverse, by D.A. King, Chattanooga Times Free Press, August 31, 2008
"But over time, tougher immigration enforcement definitely slows down immigration growth", said University of Georgia demographer Dr. Douglas Bachtel.
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