Are illegal immigrants destroying America?

*** BESTPIX *** EAGLE PASS, TEXAS - SEPTEMBER 27: In an aerial view, Texas National Guard troops look on after immigrants crossed the Rio Grande into the United States from Mexico on September 27, 2023 in Eagle Pass, Texas. A surge of asylum-seeking migrants crossing the U.S. southern border has put pressure on U.S. immigration authorities, reaching record levels during the last week. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

📥Should America increase its oil production?

Active pump jacks increase pressure to draw oil toward the surface at the South Belridge Oil Field on February 26, 2022, in unincorporated Kern County, California, approximately 141 miles (227 km) northwest of Los Angeles, California. - From rural areas of the eastern states where modern oil production began to cities in southern California where pumpjacks loom not far from homes, lax regulations and the petroleum industrys boom and busts cycles have left the US pockmarked with perhaps hundreds of thousands of oil wells that are unsealed and haven't produced in decades. In a first, Washington is making a concerted effort to plug these wells by allocating $4.7 billion in federal infrastructure dollars to plug the wells in an effort to lessen the negative health and environmental impact of the disused wells. (Photo by Robyn BECK / AFP) (Photo by ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)