Video details his stance: Make Mexico a State
MILWAUKEE, June 6 /PRNewswire/ — Montel Williams, Emmy award-winning talk show host, today offered his bold take on U.S. immigration via a Webcast on BoomerTowne.com. His solution: “Make Mexico a state.”
“My goal is to get people thinking about how we address the issue of immigration in this country,” said Williams. “I hope that after watching this video people will stop being afraid and start taking some action.”
In the video Williams suggests some radical solutions to the problem of immigration. To view his video and learn more about his position, please visit http://www.boomertowne.com/webcasts/wc_player.aspx?k=823380036.
Williams is a member of the BoomerTowne Council, a panel of experts providing information and content to the site targeting baby boomers. BoomerTowne.com is a new Web site created to help baby boomers connect with their peers and find information on topics ranging from lifestyle and health to legal and financial matters.
In addition to the video, Williams will host an interactive online chat with visitors of BoomerTowne.com to answer questions on Monday, June 11 at 9:00 p.m. EDT. Anyone interested in submitting a question, sharing his or her point of view and/or participating in the chat can sign up at BoomerTowne.com. Registration for the site is free. For more information, visit BoomerTowne.com.
BoomerTowne.com, a destination for a generation, is an online community providing baby boomers with credible resources, content and advice on everything boomer-related. From information about healthy living to relationships to healthcare to financial planning and everything in between, BoomerTowne is THE informational source for baby boomers.
About Montel Williams
Montel Williams is the host and executive producer for Emmy award winning The Montel Williams Show. In 2006, the show entered its 16th season. On the show Montel provides a safe forum for provocative and meaningful discussions about family, communication, and personal and social responsibility. In 1999, Montel was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and since then has established The Montel Williams MS Foundation to further the scientific study of MS, provide financial assistance to select organizations and institutions conducting research, raise national awareness and educate the public. To date it has given away over one million dollars to research.