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Join group in helping people in Central America The recent media and political attention to the plight of children and families detained in the U.S. Southwest, from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, is a tragic reminder of many things, not the least of which is the poverty and violence enveloping the lives of our Central American neighbors. The flight of a spirited people from their homelands under conditions that are very dangerous and emotionally heart ...

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July 2, 2014
11:31 a.m.

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The immigrant heritage is ingrained into this country. The difference is these latest waves of immigrants are without control. We have no idea who is crossing the border into this country. One of the most violent criminal gangs is MS13 a strictly El Salvadorian membered gang. We need to know who is coming here. The vast majority of immigrants followed the rules to establish themselves here and also came to employment. What do we do with these people? The humanitarian need is there but last I looked things aren't that great for many CITIZENS here.