It is the mission of US Incorporated to educate and inform the public about the need for common-sense immigration policies and reform; the need to protect and conserve our natural resources; the need to consider the impact of population growth on the environment; the need to have national unity and cultural cohesiveness; and the need to promote and preserve English as the common unifying language of the United States.

In the past, the method of engaging the public was largely conducted by underwriting scholarly research, and by publishing books, pamphlets and articles that challenged conventional wisdom and promoted long-term thinking on relevant mission topics. Today, we are more inclined to go “tech” and disseminate our message by using Internet (e.g. blog posts, web sites, social media) and promoting writers that have more of a journalistic style than a scholarly one. Modern also means that we seek to create cutting-edge videos and podcasts.

US Incorporated Mission Statement

We are pro-legal immigration, but against an unsecure border, as countless American lives have been negatively impacted by the presence of criminal illegal aliens.

We are pro-improving the lives of people worldwide, but committed to protecting the American worker from unemployment and wage suppression caused by the importation of large numbers of foreign workers into the United States, who are often subject to exploitation by corporations.

We are pro-economic development, but eager to protect our iconic natural resources and to consider the impact of population growth, due to mass immigration, upon the environment.

We are pro-learning a new language(s), but are also committed to promoting and preserving English as the common unifying lingua of the United States and the official language of government business.

We, respectfully, strive to engage the public by publishing material that challenges conventional wisdom on immigration, as well as hosting an annual conference in the Washington, D.C. area that features nationally known speakers.

The Social Contract Journal, which was retired in 2019, is available online.

U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform Recommendations

On the immigration issue, US endorses the recommendations of the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform, appointed by President Bill Clinton and Congress, which was chaired by the distinguished former Congresswoman and civil rights leader, Barbara Jordan (“The Jordan Commission”). In accordance with the Jordan Commission recommendations, US supports reforms to enhance the enforcement of our immigration laws and lower the overall level of immigration, while strongly opposing the use of racial or ethnic criteria in the allocation of immigrant visas.

The U.S. Commission’s executive summary report on immigration law enforcement is available in a 39-page pdf file format here:  Click Here

The U.S. Commission’s executive summary report on legal immigration is available in a 35-page pdf file format here:  Click Here

For more information about the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform’s work and recommendations, please click on:  http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/uscir/