UO course takes trip to border for up-close look at immigration
A University class on immigration is spending the week at the United States-Mexico border learning first-hand about the experiences of those who seek to enter the United States both legally and illegally.
The class, founded by education professor Edward Olivos, left for San Diego Saturday for an intensive week of hands-on training with a local non-profit organization devoted to helping Latino immigrants.
Fischer said the 15 students in the class, which began meeting last week for some preliminary discussions, all feel that the borders should be opened.
"We're all pretty like-minded," she said. "We're against regulating immigrations and the new immigration laws. I don't think we should close our borders."
This taxpayer funded illegal alien help class is a prime example of why "higher education" doesn't need more money from the public. If you want to go help criminals break laws that's your business but don't ask us to pay... wait a minute, IT'S NOT YOUR BUSINESS. Society says that you can't help criminals break laws.
Read the whole story, have a barf bag handy.
Todays skools: reading, writing, helping illegals.