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What people who dislike politics need to know about the immigration crisis

Border agents helps a young immigrant near Mission, Texas on July 25, 2014.
Border agents helps a young immigrant near Mission, Texas on July 25, 2014.
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Every American endures the lose of more precious freedoms as the growing corruption in federal government continues to haggle with the illegal immigration disasters. Following is basic information that every American should know about how the crisis is effecting their lives.

Twelve-year-old Mayeli Hernandez wipes tears as she tells her story of escaping her home country of Honduras in July of 2013.
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American citizens, already heavily burdened with numerous struggles, are being pushed aside to make way for non-citizens arriving here illegally. Last month the federal government began paying foster home families up to three times more than what is paid for housing U.S. children in need.

Most media outlets, with the guidance of the White House, have created another politically correct term, “unaccompanied alien children” (UAC), to soften the truth of a government out of control.

While federal programs like the Veterans Administration, IRS, Department of Justice and EPA are being exposed for their waste and corruption, new programs are emerging to take away more freedoms.Private-property rights and freedoms have been tossed out for home, ranch and business owners with the Obama administration purposely failing on enforcement along our border.

With over 52,000 illegal immigrant minors being allowed into the United States by the Department of Homeland Security since the beginning of this fiscal year, and reaching far beyond the border areas, police, fire, healthcare, churches, social welfare and now, even schools are left with overwhelmed resources and budgets handed to them by futility of Obama and congressional senselessness.

As the political debate about deportation lingers, school districts across the country have no clue on how to budget or prepare for the inevitable surges they will face in just a few weeks. In Texas, a figure of over $9,000 for each child has been dished out by officials, but no one knows how many children are effected or to what schools they will enroll.

Meanwhile, religious leaders joined in the debate. While state governments and church resources along all Mexico border stores in the U.S. have been hit hard dealing with the crisis, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, in one of their guiding principles regarding their teachings on immigration stated this week:

"While people have the right to move, no country has the duty to receive so many immigrants that its social and economic life are jeopardized. For this reason, Catholics should not view the work of the federal government and its immigration control as negative or evil."

Local, state and federal government’s struggles with care taking of the illegal minors have warped into even more troubles. The president of Honduras acknowledged that 75 percent of the girls being sent to the U.S. are given birth control because of the high chances of rape.

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