TRUMP: MAKING AMERICA WHITE AGAIN The three core principles of Donald J. Trump 's immigration plan When Donald Trump gossips about “immigration reform” he specifies: keeping Mexican rapists, criminals out of America and all other immigrants to make America white and close its borders. Real immigration reforms put the needs of wealthy people like me first – not poor, crime committing immigrants. We are the only country in the world whose immigration system puts my needs ahead of your own. That must NOT change. Here are the three core principles of my interpretation of immigration reform: 1.
Elements of UC Regents v. Bakke UC Regents v Bakke helped affirm the use of having affirmative action when applying to colleges and when college decisions were made. Bakke was under the belief that he was being excluded because of his race. Sixteen of Hundred seats in the entering class were for minorities. Bakke was denied admission to the medical school for University of California Davis, though his MCAT and GPA score were much higher than the minority applicants
The Chinese Exclusion Act was placed restricting immigration of all Chinese laborers on the presumption that it endangered good order. This act placed requirements on Chinese stating they must carry identification cards now as well. In addition to this, those who were already living in the country were mandated to get an approval on coming back into the country if they left for any reason. With intentions on only lasting ten years, the act was passed again in 1992, extending it an addition ten years following that. Following the loss of so many Chinese workers and cheap labor, the Mexican Revolution brought an abundance of immigrants into the United States looking of work.
Should there be numerous exceptions along with a significant price-tag to have basic human rights? How many Americans would be willing to meet those standards and pay that price? Additionally, border mobility is extremely biased; the wealthy can travel all over the world with no problems. TRANSITION Former president, Barrack Obama, deported more immigrants than any other president. Nevertheless, despite the President 's high rate of deportations, his deportation priorities focused on criminals rather than children and families (Zug, Marcia).
In the Anonymous Letter to Attorney General Biddle, the person brings up specific reasons how the violation of rights occurred. “In the case of the Nisei it is a complete abrogation of American citizen’s rights… As for the Issei—by what right do we discriminate against them as aliens when we won’t allow them to become citizens?” (Anonymous, March 16, 1942). This quote questions the justification the U.S. government used to lock up the Japanese Americans. The government used the fact the parents of the Nisei (Issei) were aliens and since they’re aliens they must be disloyal to America. This was not the case because the Government didn’t allow the Issei to become citizens because of bias stereotypes the Americans had of the Issei.
Now the Supreme Court is deciding whether or not it will allow millions of undocumented immigrants to apply for programs that make them eligible for work authorization and benefits through the programs by the President. The President can make executive actions that effect the regulations of the governments issues, when he sees that congress is not taking action and that is what Obama did. The founding father made it difficult to create laws, they know if a person or group of people is given too much power then the government could be more easily manipulated so why do they want to over step an executive order, it that is why it was created
Before the early 1900’s, women and African-Americans or blacks in general were typically looked at as powerless and as white men were thought to have much greater authority in society, the women and all blacks had less rights. But between 1914 and 1992, that had drastically changed for the better. Examples of progression in equality for women included the first woman elected into congress in 1916, first woman elected as governor in 1925, and a series of many new rights and acts. Some of the acts and even amendments included were the 19th Amendment in 1920 granting women the right to vote, the introduction of the Equal Rights Amendment to the Senate in 1923, the Equal Pay Act of 1963 that aimed at abolishing wage difference based on gender, and much more. Apart from women gaining equality, there was also a very big rise in racial equality.
The 24th amendment reads as followed “The Twenty-fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution prohibits both Congress and the states from conditioning the right to vote in federal elections on payment of a poll tax or other types of tax”. The Amendments that led up to the 24th were just as significant, but brought no real change. This was huge for the equal rights movement and gave African-Americans a real opportunity to vote and have a voice in politics to one day change the lives of them and their children to come. Poll taxes were a capital tax that applied equally to adults. They were a decent form of revenue for some governments until the mid-1800s.
In 1964, President John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act making it illegal to pay women lower rates for the same job strictly on the basis of their sex. When correcting a pay differential, no employee’s pay may be reduced. Instead, the pay of the employee receiving less should be increased. Within the Equal Pay Act employers may not pay unequal wages
It is good to love one’s neighbor, but it is unrealistic to love your neighbor more than yourself. America should stop giving people fishes, they are the leading power broker among world power, the government of this country should teach other nations how to fish for themselves, so that they also can develop and become another America that will help and sustain others. Giving undocumented immigrants access into America, will indirectly promote brain drain and recession in other part of the world. The story of the Greeks and the Trojan horse should also serve as a benchmark for the American government on this sensitive issue, enemy within, is three times dangerous than enemy without. Let those ones that are already in America be giving the opportunity to become documented immigrants, this action will eradicate unconstitutional act of indirect slavery and the use undue advantage by wicked and shylock employers of labor in the