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Jason Richwine joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the fiscal cost of immigrant welfare consumption, the challenges facing the working class, assimilation challenges into different cultures, correcting the Schrodinger's Immigrant meme, prevalence of immigrant welfare consumption, immigration as a government program, responding to open borders libertarians and how the overall narrative is influenced around the country.
Jason Richwine has a Ph.D. in Public Policy from Harvard University and is an analyst and contributor writer for National Review. Dr. Richwine's doctoral dissertation on "IQ and Immigration Policy" was the subject of media controversy in 2013, an can be read in it's entirety at: www.fdrurl.com...
originally posted by: Aliensun
Regardless of HOW the immigrants get here or how smart they are, they need services. Being poor and uneducated they help promote a lower standard of living for all of the middleclass which is also hit with taxes to provide those services.
You all in the Lesser 48 are penned in and need to start acting like it by voting for politicians with sensible closed door policies alongside mass deportations.