Yes, we were earnest products of the '60s college scene. My wife Shirley and I spent a good part of our first date in January 1967 revealing our respective concerns about discrimination against Black Americans. The processional that I wrote for our wedding in 1970 included lyrics pledging our marriage to fighting the race hatred that so permeated our society at that time. So on this our 40th Wedding Anniversary weekend, we found ourselves marveling at how our decades of reasonably faithful commitment to our social consciousness vows are now subject to a nationally concerted campaign of lies by open-border advocates in an effort to undermine the legitimacy of NumbersUSA's grassroots mobilization efforts. But such is the nature of groups and websites willing to wield any convenient lie and smear that seems to buttress their argument.