The First Amendment clearly prohibits Congress from limiting or infringing on our right to Free Speech, and the founders would have scoffed at the suggestion that they also needed to specifically restrict private enterprise, as well, from usurping total authority and censoring our free speech, deciding who can speak and who could not, and what they can say. That would have been considered absurd.
David M Zeckser
After nine years of service and extensive Combat during the TET Offensive, I left the US Army, as a 28 year old Major. The next 35 years were spent in the private sector as an international business intermediary and hotel developer with 27 years in Brazil.
We must control the flow of immigration or America will be pulled down to the quality-of-life level of the countries the immigrants are now leaving. We must accept the fact that we will never be able to provide a refuge for the whole world, and we should also recognize that actually, if we wanted, we could pick and choose those who we want to admit based on criteria that are good for this country.