I have been subscribing to ILW.COM for over a year now. The information is useful and timely. I also appreciate the 'immigration law news' section as a quick link to what's in the news. However, I am confused about the choice of yesterday's item, an opinion column in the Sierra Times, which calls itself 'An Internet Publication for Real Americans'.
Everywhere you look these days there are anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim, anti-Middle Eastern fearmongers trying to spread this type of hate speech. I am curious as to why this is popping up on ILW.COM. Are you just trying to let people know that it is out there? Are these the views of the people subscribing to ILW.COM? Is it an attempt at being balanced about views presented? To me balance would include well-reasoned, well-articulated conservative arguments for restricting immigration but would not include isolationist hate speech.
It is hard enough to keep our chins up and continue to fight the rising tide of anti-immigrant sentiment, both on the streets and in our Administration without being reminded at every turn of how vehemently hateful our adversaries are.
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