The American Conservatives has a report on the new border wall it’s proposing to spend a record $200 Billion on, a record number that’s far outstripping the spending of any other new government spending program.
The Conservatives want to spend an additional $30 Billion on an additional border fence to keep illegal border crossings from increasing and a new “biosafety barrier” to keep out infectious agents from crossing into the U.S. According to the report, the Conservatives plan to spend the money on a fence and a biosafety barrier that would include sensors, sensors, and sensors.
The new barrier would be built along the border with Mexico.
The report also includes an analysis of the $1.5 trillion in additional spending that the Conservatives are proposing.
According the report: $1,500 Billion for the National Endowment for the Arts, including $300 Billion for a major art project, $300 billion for a new National Endowments for the Humanities and $100 billion for an arts and culture program.
$600 billion for the Veterans Affairs department, including an additional of $200 million for a permanent fund for veterans and $300 million for veterans education programs.
$100 million for the Smithsonian Institution.
The $1 trillion in new spending is the Conservatives’ latest proposal for the next decade.
$300 billion to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.
$150 million for research and development into the future of the U,S.
economy, including a $1 billion program for a U. S. National Science Foundation Innovation Challenge to stimulate innovation and creativity.
$300 and $200,000 for the White House’s Office of Technology and Innovation.
The report also details the Conservatives plans to expand their immigration policies and the number of immigrants allowed into the country, with the number growing to nearly 1 million by the end of the decade.
The Conservative plan would make it easier for Americans to come to the U., the report states, as well as “require that employers offer paid leave for employees who wish to seek a job in the United States.”
“These proposals will further advance the Conservative platform to permanently eliminate federal and state welfare benefits, including food stamps, Medicaid, food stamps and child care,” the report continues.
“They will create a new national entitlement, called a Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) that would replace Social Security, and provide additional payments to millions of Americans who do not qualify for Social Security benefits.”
The Conservative plan includes a number of other spending measures, including: $200 to fund new border fencing and sensors along the southern border, $150 billion for funding for the arts and cultural resources, $200 for a temporary fund for the U and $500 million for an art and culture initiative to encourage innovation and artistic expression.
The Conservatives also want to increase the number and size of federal jobs created to nearly 2 million in the next 10 years.
According to the study, the border wall is expected to cost $20 billion to $25 billion per mile, which the report estimates would require about 1,200 miles of fencing, with about 1.2 million miles of existing fencing already in place.
At the same time, the report shows that the Conservative plan to increase border enforcement, including additional officers, increased the number who are arrested and convicted of illegal entry to the United State by over 50 percent, from 5,500 to 8,200.
The conservative plan would also require the Border Patrol to increase its patrols, by 1,100 agents, with additional resources to be deployed.
Trump’s border wall plan, and the Conservative proposals to spend on it, are a preview of how the President will try to implement his anti-immigration and anti-Muslim rhetoric during the upcoming November elections.