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With Sheriff Charles Jenkins, David Drucker, Joe Guzzardi, Robert Rector, Richard Vandervoort

Sheriff CHARLES JENKINS, 25-year law enforcement officer in Frederick County, Maryland:

  • Local efforts to enforce immigration law with the help of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
  • Exposing the consequences of unenforced immigration laws and unsecured borders
  • National security considerations within Frederick County, MD
  • Fundamental flaws underlying the current refugee policy

DAVID DRUCKER, Senior Congressional Correspondent for the Washington Examiner:

  • High disunity on immigration reform within Congress
  • Possible reasons why certain Republicans only pay lip service to securing the border
  • Democratic considerations to their Hispanic constituents
  • The current status of Pres. Obama’s Executive Amnesty plan

JOE GUZZARDI, Media Director and Senior Writing Fellow at Californians for Population Stabilization:

  • Factors that make California the #1 destination for illegal immigrants
  • H-1B visas and the destruction of the American job market
  • Ways in which illegal immigration is overwhelming teachers and undermining education
  • Political forces preventing the Border Patrol from focusing on keeping the border secure

ROBERT RECTOR, Senior Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation:

  • Implications of the current dysfunctional U.S. immigration system
  • How much more does the average illegal immigrant household receive in government benefits than it pays in taxes?
  • Examining the economic impact of executive amnesty on the taxpayer
  • How the hidden costs of amnesty will bankrupt America to the tune of trillions of dollars

RICHARD VANDERVOORT, Executive Director of ProEnglish:

  • ProEnglish’s efforts in advocating for English’s designation as the official language of the U.S. Government
  • Long-term effects of the 1960’s rise of multiculturalism, diversity, and political correctness
  • Why linguistic enclaves are a danger to assimilation, as seen in the examples of Canada and Ukraine
  • Rep. Steve King (IA-4) and Sen. James Inhofe’s (R-OK) legislative goals of “getting English on the books”