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(a) Bloggings On Nurse And Allied Health Immigration

Christopher T. Musillo writes "For readers of this Blog, CIR is
only critical insofar as CIR includes liberalized visa quotas and
procedures for healthcare occupations that have long been in
short American supply - nurses, physical therapists, occupational
therapists, etc. and are expected to be in short supply in the
upcoming decade.",0325-musillo.shtm

(b) Bloggings On Updates In Immigration Law

Carl Shusterman writes "After the debate, I got to thinking about
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(c) The Immigration Issue And Catholic Social Teaching

Thomas Roach et. al write "Since the immigration issue is
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people to have a chance to consider the issue within the
framework of justice and morality.",0325-roach.shtm

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  1. Honza Prchal's Avatar
    In re "But even the wave of anti-black hatred that was unleashed by the Brown v Board of Education decision was nothing compared to what will happen if real immigration reform passes." in Mr. Algase's comment, please, get a grip. After 9-11 exactly one attempted murder occurred in 'retaliation', and the fools killed a Sikh. The violence that occurred as the one-party states in the South first integrated their formerly lilly white institutions and then their equally Democrat parties would be difficult to recreate.

    As for my Republican party's alleged hysteria over health reform, I sit in no corporate board rooms and I am an American because I fled the Canadian model. The big business wing of our party cares less about health reform (unless it is in the business of healthcare or pre-paid medical care) than small businessmen, the retired and those who work at smaller companies do - just look at who lined up against it first and which lobbies wanted buy in from the beginning. I've been to some tea party events and the members tend to be highly educated and staid, boring even, family people. To find real kooks among them, one has to look a lot harder than one does to find Marxists or dangerously unhygeinic body art at a more typical protest rally.

    That said, I expect that immigration reform will be a mess, with, unfortunately, most of my party opposing whatever comes down the pike if it actually gets to meaningful votes this year.
  2. Roger Algase, Attorney at Law's Avatar
    With regard to Honza Prchal's post concerning my comment about the danger of violence of immigration reform passes, all of us, of course, hope that his comment will be accurate and that my comment's concern will turn out to be misplaced. However, Mr. Prchal's comment overlooks the fact that there have been numerous reports of hate crimes against minority immigrants during the past several years, even though they may not be specifically related to the 9/11 attacks (in which, according to a CNN report at the time, over 500 victims were immigrants, not US citizens. Many of them were from Latin America).

    But anyone who reads a random selection of comments on almost any given day in response to any news story dealing with immigration on the website even of a supposedly liberal paper like the Washington Post is likely to come across literally hundreds of comments containing every imaginable threat against Hispanic and other minority immigrants.

    A typical one is to state that the writer would like to make sure that there is a grave available to bury anyone coming over the Mexican border. True, these comments may deal with people coming illegally, but I am not clear exactly about how burying them relates to law enforcement as we know it.

    Many of the comments do not even bother to hide behind the fig leaf of opposing illegal immigration. A large number of the ones I have seen are filled with racial epithets against all Latinos and a variety of threats against politicians who support amnesty, which by its very definition, would involve a legal process. I have also read dozens of comments on the website saying that all immigration should be stopped immediately. This, of course, would affect millions of people applying for legal status.

    My point is that there is a lot of anti-immigrant hate out there. One does not have to have been among those at the Tea Party convention who were cheering at Tom Tancredo's vicious racial attacks against Latino US citizens (who were his main target, since he was talking about voting rights) in order to be infected by the virus of prejudice. If immigration reform progresses, we will without any doubt see a lot more of it. All of us hope that this will not result in any violence, but based on what is happening now with the arguably much less contentious and emotional issue of health care reform, no one can be sure.
  3. Honza Prchal's Avatar
    I agree with Mr. Alagase that some unpleasantness will always happen, but I no more wish to tar Latinos or even illegal immigrants with tatoos generally with the brush of hate because of groups like the racists in the Latin Kings, some of the loudest members of La Raza or people in MS-13 than I wish to tar the 330 million residents of the United States with the brush of racism because some idiot gets featured on the nightly news.
    This is an unusually tolerant country and has been for some time, and it has steadily been getting more so over time. Humans are sinful and the only meaningful comparisons when talking about large groups are between groups. I'd rather have been Chinese in rural Alabama in the late 1800s than I would have been one in Korea or Russia, and I intentionally picked a place where non-whites and even Catholics (oddly, Jews generally did far better than they did up north in such places back then) did badly. Heated rhetoric does not a demonic behemoth slouching towards Gomorrha make, and I resent it when people overdo it because those stereotypes get picked up by people in countries like Sweden or Finland who nearly sterilized some of their own minorities out of existence and have no idea thy did so. Racism is, fortunately, far more an individual sin than a broad social fault in today's America, but unlike the nature of societies, human nature does not change, and that is to be expected.
    I have a reason for being obsessive about this point besides mere bristleing at the unfounded prejudices of the university bound class I grew up in. I am convinced that badmouthing an entire society for ills it is not generally guilty of is a sure way to raise tolerance of those ills, as the Boy Who Cried Wolf learned to his cost. I argue that it is better by far to address problems we really have, or to work on individuals than to slander people in indiscriminate categories.
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