For decades, politicians could not figure out how to resolve our immigration crisis.
Let us face it; nothing indicates they will do it soon. A tangle of conflicting interests produced a deadlock. Politicians are paralyzed by knowing a solution seems to be impossible to achieve. No one asks the obvious:
What might work?
When studying the problem, I discovered that for about a century, Americans had been misinformed about immigration. We need to overcome that. I did. After learning the facts, I concluded that the solution could be simple. I called it:
The Freedom of Migration Act proposal.
Freedom is good. People have forever been migrating and will continue to do so. We need a policy combining the two.
The outline is in the links above. In the blog section, my articles give readers some insight into my reasoning behind the Freedom of Migration Act proposal.
If grassroots citizens’ initiatives do not produce any pressure on politicians, they will never fix our immigration mess. Voice your opinion. Together we can do it.
Do you have a better idea?
If you do, we want to hear about it. We will gladly provide a link to a website presenting your preferred concept if it will be reciprocated by posting a link to our website there.
Henryk A. Kowalczyk