I would be interested in a discussion on U.S. Immigration policy as it relates to the atrocities occurring on both sides of the U.S. Mexican border. The murder of 72 migrants 90 miles south of the border (see linked article below) appears to me to be caused by the lack of a clear enforceable immigration policy. The U.S. government appears to not be enforcing the current immigration laws under the guise of humanitarian concern (allowing immigrants to bypass laws and sneak into the U.S.). I believe the real reason they do not enforce these laws are quite different than humanitarian concerns. I believe that there is a serious need for workers in the U.S. (because of the U.S. abortion policy) and thus the reason for turning their heads the other way. In any case I believe that the U.S. immigration policy (or if not policy at least the way it is being administered) is to blame for situations such as the one reported in the linked article.
I welcome comments and discussion, what should be done to promote “Social Justice”?