By insults you mean having to back up your statements when someone calls you out for your own absolutes, yeah ok. I'll post the below anyways but I don't expect you to believe them anymore than I believe your sources. https://www.breitbart.com/californi...-a-millennial-workers-stuck-in-low-wage-jobs/ http://www.thesocialcontract.com/artman2/publish/tsc1504/article_1339.shtml https://www.nationalreview.com/2016/01/immigration-statistics-mariel-boatlift-low-skill-wages/ https://www.heritage.org/immigration/report/the-fiscal-cost-low-skill-immigrants-the-us-taxpayer https://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/29/...s/what-does-immigration-actually-cost-us.html This one is pro-immigration in that nations stagnant if they were to completely cut off immigration and it is vital to the economy but at the same time admits "In summary, the immigration surplus stems from the increase in the return to capital that results from the increased supply of labor and the subsequent fall in wages." Overall, the study found more benefit to immigration but there is an important distinction from what I was discussing above that I'm sure you will assume wrongly. There is a world of difference between illegal immigration and immigrants that go through the process of becoming a citizen legally. The article states "the infusion of human capital by high-skilled immigrants has boosted the nation’s capacity for innovation, entrepreneurship, and technological change" and that is something I can agree with but that is not what is being discussed. And as of yet, as far as I'm concerned, you have yet to truly add to the discussion. I even gave you a small benefit of the doubt and tried asking why do you think that is. Do you add or respond to any of them? Nope, just pretend you were attacked and played victim.