¡Hola, América! How the Minimum-Wage Institutionalized Illegal-Worker Immigration.

by John Wesley DeVilbiss, Ph.D.
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Publisher: John Wesley DeVilbiss, Ph.D.

Publication Date: October 21, 2015

ISBN: 9781311056504

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American citizens have been convinced through notions of charity and empathy to unlawfully allow alien trespassers into their country, and also to make the lowest wages in the Private Sector illegal. Inadvertently, it leaves an employment void that continually draws those illegal-worker aliens into an “underground” market of humanity.

As the Minimum Wage is raised, more of the low-paying jobs go Black Market, or disappear. With the illicit-drug cartels operating by our Southern border, and the threat of terrorism, the old system of unlawful frugal labor with its associated open border over land, a system that was mostly peaceful though corrupt, has now become treacherous.

Minimum Wage laws may have advantages, but create an artificial employment void that attracts and is filled by illegal-worker aliens.