The Social Contract Fall issue - Stolen Lives

The Fall, 2013 issue of the Social Contract Journal is online. It contains two tribute articles to Professor Al Bartlett:

Remembering Dr. Al Bartlett - Physicist, professor, population activist, workhorse, and straight shooter by Leon Kolankiewicz, and

A Tribute to Al Bartlett (1923-2013) by Fred Elbel.

The issue also contains a tribute to California activist Barbara Coe: Remembering American Patriot Barbara Coe by Evelyn Miller. 

The issue focuses on American lives unnecessarily lost due to illegal immigration. In Remembering Our Fallen, Editor Wayne Lutton notes:

As we were going to press, President Obama declared that he was making "legalization" of our illegal-alien population his priority following the Fall budget charade. As Chris Crane, president of the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Council, replied, "The President is in no position to demand Congress pass immigration reform. His administration and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have undermined ICE's enforcement mission and put the public safety and national security at risk. Officers are currently forced to apply his DREAMer orders to detainees in prisons and jails.

Crane went on to underline that Obama's policies have resulted in hardened criminals being let out of jails: "Aggravated felons, child molesters, and other violent criminals are released every day back into communities based on the President's unlawful policies."

As contributors to this issue of The Social Contract emphasize, it is the American public who is paying the ultimate price when legal authorities refuse to secure our borders, refuse to deport repeat criminal offenders, and thus enable illegal aliens to continue to prey upon innocent citizens...

The issue includes articles:

The Social Contract has published extensively on the immigration issue in the United States and worldwide. Of particular interest is the Spring 2010 issue exposing the SPLC: The Southern Poverty Law Center - A Special Report.