Who would have thought that the 1964 Civil Rights Act would continue to cost us fifty years later. In states already exasperated by the high costs of educating, feeding, housing, and healing racial aliens in the U.S., the court system is finding itself at the mercy of a myriad of languages and payment for interpreters.
Not learning English is increasingly being viewed as a necessary act of defiance to the once hegemenous English speaking nation. Thwarting its laws, mores, and customs is considered a revolutionary act.
While many will throw a sympathetic ear toward the perceived difficulty that non-English speakers have navigating the court system, the millions spent paying for interpreters is enabling a resistant alien population including those of legal and non-legal status.