Marietta, Ga. 30066
6 October 2015
Lt. Col. Archibald Kielly (Retired)
Political Science Dept.
University of North Georgia
82 College Cir,
Dahlonega, GA 30597
It was a great pleasure speaking to your government class last week on the topic of immigration into the United States and the birthright citizenship debate. I am extremely grateful for the opportunity and genuinely enjoyed the interaction with and questions from the student audience. Thank you for the invitation.
My experience with your students widened my perspective on American youth and I gained an education of my own in fielding their very intelligent and honest questions. I hope that I was able to provide some previously unknown facts surrounding the immigration topic to the students and am elated to learn that you have considered me for a repeat speaker. I am happy to help at anytime.
I ask that you convey my thanks and respect to the entire class and audience and to express my hope that they will endeavor to explore the immigration issue on their own using the references I provided, without accepting the limited information offered by the mainstream media as the “whole story” on the immigration debate. I also hope that my message that being “pro-enforcement” on borders, visas and sensible immigration in general is recognized by all concerned as the moderate and commonsense way to view and judge our national immigration system.
From watching, it was clear to me the concerned care and professional expertise you use in the education of your class and I believe they are all the better for having you as their instructor. We need more educators like you.
Please share this note of thanks to your class if that is appropriate and convey my gratitude for the kind attention the students gave me in my presentation. Again, I enjoyed it very much.