Letters to the Editor
Montana MILE: Montanans for Immigration Law Enforcement
Gov. Bullock’s veto of sanctuary cities bill shows he’s not promoting safety, by Paul Nachman, The Western News [Libby, Montana], October 28, 2016
Governor Bullock's reassurances about protecting Montanans from dangerous refugees are inconsistent with his veto of a 2013 bill.
Statue has nothing to do with immigration, by Phil Mooney, Helena Independent Record, March 15, 2016
Phil Mooney of Bozeman had a letter in the Helena paper in response to an op-ed that drew on the usual confusion about the "Statue of Liberty," written by a retired justice from Montana's Supreme Court.
Refugees: Arrests made for terrorist plans, by L. Childress, Missoulian, March 4, 2016
Rosy claims about the (lack of) hazards imported with refugees are wrong.
Refugees: Americans should care for own, by Janet Walters, Missoulian, February 11, 2016
American taxpayers shouldn't be burdened with refugees on top of supporting our own poor.
Country’s visa program is seriously flawed, by John Rogers, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, December 16, 2015
Foreigners who overstay their visas that allow them to be in the U.S. now make up an estimated 40 percent of "new" illegal aliens.
Immigration analysis missed many points, by Craig Bryant, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, December 4, 2015
To end illegal immigration, attrition-by-enforcement is the only workable strategy. Amnesties of illegal aliens just lead to further amnesties.
Screening of supposed refugees a pure fantasy, by Travis Caidin, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, December 3, 2015
Assurances about the "rigorous vetting" of refugees from the Middle East fly in the face of experiences watching the routine, everyday failures of our national government.
U.S. can’t solve world’s immigration issues, by Paul Nachman, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, November 11, 2015
Today's mass immigration to the U.S. is importing poverty and welfare dependency.
‘Illegal alien’ is a descriptive, helpful legal term, by Paul Nachman, East Oregonian, October 14, 2015
Honest language is helpful for clear thinking.