Thursday, November 01, 2018

The New, Fall 2018 Edition of The Social Contract Has Just been Published!


The Social Contract
Vol. XXIX, No. 1
Fall 2018

Dear Reader:

The Fall issue of The Social Contract quarterly journal invites readers to view our immigration system from a different perspective. Michael Cutler, a retired Special Agent of the former Immigration & Naturalization Service (INS), who is one of our foremost experts on immigration enforcement and national security, argues that the system appears to be “broken” to the general public. But to the special interests who benefit from the system—be they economic, political, social, and religious—the system is working just the way they want it to. Business interests get a steady supply of cheap, exploitable labor; schools see enrollments rise; churches look to fill their pews with new worshipers; politicians see immigrants as new voters they can manipulate against their opponents; and the Immigration Lawyers Association see immigrants as an endless flow of clients they can bill for services. View his article here.

As Mr. Cutler states, “The immigration crisis is a manifestation of greed and corruption on an unprecedented scale. It is not that our borders cannot be secured or that our immigration laws cannot be enforced. It is that far too many individuals and organizations seek to profit and profit mightily by exploiting foreign workers and slashing the wages and opportunities for Americans. Along the way, national security and public safety have been undermined and many innocent lives have been lost.”

The Fall issue also includes articles dealing with the Refugee Resettlement Program, a review of Al Sharpton’s involvement in immigration politics, remarks about our new edition of Jean Raspail’s novel The Camp of the Saints, and a survey of the Fall 2018 elections. Additional articles and reviews are sure to be of interest.

The entire contents are available on-line.

Please share these articles with your friends and associates. Only an informed public can force positive change.


Wayne Lutton, Ph.D.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Here with the URL on Al Sharpton and his stance on "immigration".

In my book Al is just plain ordinary evil. It says a lot when this man made dozens or personal visits to the White House while Obama was in office. Most surprising to me. I would like to think Al received a stern lecture from the Pres on how to speak in a measured and respectful manner. But I doubt it was that way.