By R. J. Rushdoony, Otto Scott, Douglas Murray, Mark Rushdoony
September 09, 1994


 We are a country of immigrants, except for the American Indians who came over centuries earlier, apparently from Asia, most of the inhabitants of the United States are immigrants who came in the early 1600s to the present. The problem, of course, is that now we have a great deal of illegal immigration. We have immigration laws that no longer follow the older pattern and concentrate on European countries.  We allow many, many peoples in who have nothing in common with us, who are Moslem or members of other religions and it appears that there is an effort to break the Christian heritage and character of the United States.