Ryan cumulative $625 billion.”https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/immigration/reports/2017/04/20/430736/facts-immigration-today-2017-edition/ Bill Three I disagree with

Ryan DhaliwalMr. Smith AP Government07 December 2017Bill ResearchBill One        I disagree with almost all parts of this bill because it doesn’t just punish illegal immigrants, but it also punishes immigrants that happen to be Muslim, that have entered the country legally and have obtained work visas and green cards. I agree with Section 2 of this bill that allows the children of the DACA to remain in the country. Most people don’t realize the economic benefits that come with illegal aliens and immigrants on work visas/greencards.        “Legislative reform that includes a path to citizenship would create extensive economic benefits. Such reform would increase the GDP $1.2 trillion over 10 years and create 145,000 jobs annually. Americans’ income would increase by a cumulative $625 billion.”https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/immigration/reports/2017/04/20/430736/facts-immigration-today-2017-edition/ Bill Three    I disagree with this bill because there is a difference between fighting a war on terror and fighting the nations where the terror groups are stationed. Blaming the Islamic nations where these terror groups are stationed is unjust to the innocent people of these countries. In the case of Camp Delta remaining open, I feel indifferent because protecting the security of the country is not always a pleasant job. It is also not right to just label any captured enemy a terrorist and treat them the same as actual terrorists who have taken the lives of innocent people. I think that the reimplementation of Bush administration techniques are very inhumane as history has shown. In somewhat recent news, Trump has already declared war on ISIS and all other terrorist groups.”As for President Trump, in the heat of the presidential campaign he was very clear about how he intended to confront terrorist groups, particularly the Islamic State (ISIS): “I will quickly and decisively bomb the hell out of ISIS, will rebuild our military and make it so strong no one—and I mean, no one—will mess with us.” Nine months into his presidency, Trump has indeed prioritized military action and downplayed diplomacy, soft power and political engagement. Without announcing a radical shift in strategy, he has loosened a number of constraints on the use of force.”http://carnegieendowment.org/2017/10/18/trump-s-war-on-terror-pub-7347Bill FourI disagree with this bill because enacting this bill would just start unnecessary conflict between the United States and North Korea. Since our two countries are already not on good terms and North Korea misconstruing almost all of our country’s actions as disrespect or signs of declaration of war, it would not be the best idea to enact a naval blockade that would also limit innocent civilian vessels from leaving the country and possibly starting a war. Also with the President receiving the power to take any military action deemed necessary, this could turn into a very bloody conflict with a great loss of lives on both sides. Finally, Trump has deemed North Korea a terrorist state.”Trump said that North Korea has “repeatedly” sponsored acts of terrorism, including “assassinations on foreign soil.””This designation will impose further sanctions and penalties on North Korea … and supports our maximum pressure campaign to isolate the murderous regime,” Trump said.Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has also determined that the North Korean regime has repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism, according to a State Department official — noting the government has been implicated in assassinations on foreign soil.”http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/20/politics/president-donald-trump-north-korea-terrorism/index.htmlBill Five    I agree with this bill because renewable energy has always been a viable option for electricity that has been rarely considered seriously. Renewable resources are almost limitless, so there is not as big of a worry about running out of these resources. The twenty percent tax on barrels of oil would not be that big of burden on sales on barrels $60 and above. I do disagree with the ANWR being opened for drilling because it is meant to be a refuge for the wildlife and now you are taking away their home.    “The small amounts of energy accessible to humans through traditional dispersed renewable energy sources meant that for millennia, human lives remained unchanged. Today, many are seeking to use technology made possible by modern, concentrated energy forms to capture and harness dispersed renewable energy potential into concentrated forms. Renewable energy relies upon the natural forces at work upon the earth, including the internal heat represented by geothermal, the pull of lunar gravity as it affects the potential for tidal power, and solar radiation such as that stored through photosynthesis in biomass.”http://instituteforenergyresearch.org/topics/encyclopedia/renewable-energy/