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Friday, January 19, 2007 

Important Discussion

Just in and I am sure many more have recieved this e-mail on this information. I just thought for those who are interested and have not recieved notice here is the information.

This is vital for those who support a controlled boarder and to those who want to be informed on how we are being overrun, invaded, and threatened by open boarders. The cause of this and what to do about it.

The State of Politics, Law and Security in Mexico:
Implications for U.S. Immigration Policy

SAN DIEGO (January 2007) -- Discussion of U.S.-Mexico relations seldom acknowledges the longstanding and systemic conditions that foster the illegal out migration of hundreds of thousands of Mexican nationals each year. Neither Washington politicians nor the State Department want to publicly address the decades-long instability in Mexico for which no Mexican politicians are ever held accountable. Can any significant policy discussion of America’s border crisis with Mexico continue to ignore the basic conditions of America’s neighbor to the south?

To examine more fully the broad and basic challenges largely absent from the immigration debate in Washington, the Center for Immigration Studies is convening a panel discussion of leading experts on U.S.-Mexico relations. The panel will be held at the Hotel Solamar, 435 Sixth Avenue, San Diego, on Friday, January 26, 2007 at 9:30 a.m. The discussion will feature:

* George Grayson – Professor of Government, College of William & Mary

* David Shirk – Director, University of San Diego’s Trans-Border Institute

* Lynne Walker – Mexico City Bureau Chief, Copley News Service

* Mark Krikorian – Executive Director, Center for Immigration Studies

* Moderator: Peter Nunez, Chairman, Center for Immigration Studies; former U.S. Attorney, San Diego

The panel discussion is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact John Keeley at (202) 466-8185 or jmk@cis.org


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