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Camarota: A ‘Trump Effect’ Has Slowed Immigration to the U.S.

By Eric Ruark

Dr. Steven Camarota, Director of Research at the Center for Immigration Studies, published a report last week on net migration (the difference between the number of people entering and the number leaving the U.S. in a given year) since 2010. He found that the “immigrant population (legal and illegal) has grown much more slowly since … Continued

There is No Doctor Shortage in the U.S.; There is a Shortage of Opportunities for U.S. Doctors

By Eric Ruark

President Trump has taken significant steps to protect American workers. In June, he extended the immigration pause to include several categories of temporary work visas. This week he signed another executive order to ensure that federal agencies do not layoff American contract workers in order to outsource those jobs to foreign guest workers, as was … Continued

Philip Ruckers Create Suckers

By Andrew Good

Yet another ongoing tempest between the White House and mainstream journalists has erupted over the last couple of weeks. The Washington Post’s White House Bureau Chief Philip Rucker allegedly leaked content from an off-the-record dinner, leading to the firing of White House aide Madeleine Westerhout. This preceded The Washington Post’s “Trump’s lost summer: Aides claim … Continued