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   Stand Up for America is a common slogan promoted by political parties and pundits. More important is the statement “Where Do You Stand on America” as contained on the soft book cover illustrated below. This treatise is intended to enable the reader to seek the truth and decide where they stand on the many political issues that exist.

Book Digest

The book addresses twenty-seven (27) political issues that have evolved over the last two decades between the conservative right and the progressive left. The political issues are listed below, along with a sample article.

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Where Do You Stand on America

The Political Issues

Big Government

Black Lives Matter

Cancel Culture

Climate Change

The Constitution

Critical Race Theory

Defund (or Defend) the Police

Our Democracy

Diversity versus Meritocracy

Faith and Religion

Gender Ideology

Immigration

Keystone XL Pipeline

Law & Order

New World Order or Globalism

Sanctuary Cities

The Second Amendment

The Star-Spangled Banner

Student Loan Debt

The 1619 Project

We the People

Immigration
 

Immigration has been a main factor in the growth(19) of America since its founding. Open immigration from the Eastern, Western and Southern parts of the world were welcomed with their unique culture, but most of all those individuals who longed for individual freedom and prosperity. New amendments(36) to immigration laws in 1965 instituted a regulated process for immigrants, particularly with skills needed for America’s workforce. Most immigrants underwent a formal process toward naturalization. In the late 1990s illegal immigration became a major issue prompting laws involving deportation. Eventually elements within the country supported an open border policy as a political arm of their endeavors. This has led to a serious controversy with thousands of immigrants entering the country illegally. Read more

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