California Community Collges show immigration fallacy in their cost cutting

California community colleges are making harsh cuts forcing students to go to multiple campuses to find required courses.  Now they intend to make that harder.

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-adv-college-commuters-20121016,0,4491116,full.story

If immigration was so good for the economy, then California would have money to fund community colleges for immigrants and their children.  Instead, California is spiraling down.

One of the students in the article intends to become an activist and then go to law school.   Like that will make a difference.  It is the immigrants themselves who are pulling down California.  More lawyers won’t change that.

 

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