The United States opened up many opportunities for, not only my family, but to many immigrants as well. Growing up my parents were very poor, they had a slight chance to survive if they stayed in Mexico.”. Kristhell is speaking for many immigrants coming into the U.S. They don’t want to cause trouble or steal jobs. They came here for a safer and better life with more opportunities.
As senator Charles E. schumer has made clear they can help the economy by paying fines to become citizens. They can also help create more jobs and opportunities for employment. Schumer's point is that by paying fines they can become citizens and are also helping the economy. Some might argue that they are taking away opportunities for american citizens to earn jobs and salaries. However what must be remembered is that without improvement to the economy less people would stop moving in and would take a long time for americans to make to economy the same way as diffrent undocumented immigrants would.
Evidence proves that if babies born between 23-24 weeks can feel pain then why would a baby still in the uterus not be able to feel pain. Dr. Kanwaljeet S, Anand states that "It is my opinion that the human fetus possesses the ability to experience pain from 20 weeks of gestation, if not earlier, and that pain perceived by a fetus is possibly more intense than that perceived by newborns or older children." Based on the evidence supported not only by Johnson but a Doctor himself I would say that there is proven evidence that a fetus feels pain while in gestation. Some pro-abortion advocates want you to believe that an unborn baby that is exactly at the same stage in development experiences no discomfort as his/her arms and legs are being literally twisted off, by brute manual force in the common procedure known as” Dilation and Evacuation” (D&E), or stabbed through the heart with a needle. Some opposed medical authorities state that a fetus can’t feel pain until 29 weeks or later and that they have performed many late abortions, even though they state this there are no facts disclosed in their stories.
With obamacare children can stay on their parents’ health insurance plans up to age 26. If obamacare was repealed, 20 million Americans would lose their healthcare. If they get sick, they won’t be able to go to the doctor. They will end up in the hospital paying those bills for the rest of their life, or maybe even go bankrupt. One senario of what can happen without Obamacare is that pregnancies would been treated as a pre-existing condition and women wouldn 't be able to get coverage.
Basic health care should be free to everyone because, it could save lives, in the long run it’s cost-effective, and providing free health care health people gain access to insurance. To start off, basic health care should be free for everyone because it could save lives. On the Huffington Post website, Senator Bernie Sanders wrote an article called, ‘Health care is a Right, Not a Privilege.’ In the article he states,” More than 18,000 Americans die from preventable illnesses because they don’t get to a doctor when they should.” If everyone has free health care, less lives will be lost. More lives of young people would be saved. The homeless or uninsured would be able to go to a hospital to get treated.
It is clear, then, that the U.S. is largely responsible for the current migration patterns. Still, there are those who oppose the legalization of DREAM Act for many valid but biased reasons. One claim is that the Act rewards illegal behavior and essentially grants amnesty. However, the potential beneficiaries of the Act received their immigration status from their parents while they were very young, their immigration being involuntary, so they should be able to contribute back to the only country they know. After all, under the Equal Protection Clause under the Fourteenth Amendment, all students have a right to an education, especially in a country that gets its reputation for equality
Vaccinations Should be Mandatory 1.5 million children a year die from vaccine-preventable diseases every year. It is estimated that vaccinations prevent the deaths of 2-3 million children every year (Walsh et al., 2013). Vaccinations are an important part of keeping yourself and those around you healthy. If vaccinations were mandatory, not only would we be saving 1.5 million children, but the millions of adults who have autoimmune diseases, people who are undergoing chemotherapy, and those with weak immune systems. Vaccinations are a way to ensure the health of our future generations.
Currently in the United States, there is a travel ban that does not allow certain countries to enter. If we have an immigrant president, then they would not be so close-minded and be strict about certain situations. I think the United States should be equal to all. Yes, an immigrant has some rights but not all. I feel if they took the time to study and learn about America and became a United States citizen, they should still be able to have opportunities as an American would have.
Arizaga is saying that again the main reason why people come and that’s the BIG picture to it to make better lives for themselves and their love ones. Another quote from her article “ Some immigrants come to the U.S. because of employment opportunities. Through employment-based immigration, a U.S. employer can sponsor am individual for a specific position where there is a demonstrated absence of U.S. workers” Arizaga is right they do come for work, for money to help support there
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimated that 732,000 American children were saved from death and 322 million cases of childhood illnesses were prevented between 1994 and 2014 due to vaccination.” With these given statistics, Parents should be more than willing to vaccinate with all the lives saved in the years past. One main factor that makes the vaccines safe is the ingredients used. While used in large quantities, thimerosal, formaldehyde, and aluminum can be dangerous but scientist have lowered the dosage to a healthy form. Along with using safe ingredients, each vaccine has to be tested up to 10 years or more before they are licensed. Then they are monitored by the CDC and FDA before ever using them on patients.