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Date April 18, 2024

New Regulations Demonstrate H2 Visas Need Real Reform

Both the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Wage and Hour Division (WHD) have noticed new regulations designed to protect foreign workers from the explosion of exploitation within the labor market. While the attempts to stop the exploitation should be applauded, the new regulations are correctly understood as mere Band-Aids on deep … Continued

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Date April 18, 2024

“So they were forced, essentially, to hire African Americans.”

100 years ago: Bipartisan support for transformative immigration reform. Doesn't that sound nice? It was the Immigration Act of 1924 that "really changed the world," by essentially forcing employers to hire Black Americans.

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Date April 17, 2024

“Protections from racism, like all civil rights, depend on a national border.”

The collapsed Francis Scott Key bridge had barely touched the water before the cheap labor lobbyists started talking to the Biden administration about giving reconstruction companies millions of reasons not to hire Black Americans for the rebuild.

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Date April 11, 2024

Other nations are addressing unsustainable immigration

April, 2024 New Zealand and Australia are cutting unsustainable immigration to deal with soaring housing prices and overwhelmed infrastructure; and to prioritize the domestic workforce.  Switzerland is holding a referendum to reduce immigration to address “housing shortages and rising rents, traffic jams on the roads, crowded trains and buses, falling standards of schools, increasing violence … Continued

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Date April 3, 2024

Will Biden use bridge tragedy to pass an amnesty?

Advocates of cheap, illegal labor are using the Baltimore bridge tragedy to urge President Biden to bypass Congress - and American workers - to help businesses hire people who are in the country illegally. According to multiple reports, the Biden administration is warming to the idea.

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Date March 22, 2024

Tyson Foods Both Closing Plants AND Seeking More Migrant Labor

This week has seen reports that Tyson Foods is anxious to hire recent asylum seekers.

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Date March 20, 2024

Al Bartlett’s prescience on how immigration makes America less sustainable.

Bartlett points out that immigration, both legal and illegal, is the largest component of population growth in the U.S., and that continued immigration is the largest threat to sustainability of the United States. “Indeed, members of the two political parties vie with each other to see which party can produce legislation that will let in the largest annual flow of legal immigrants,” he writes.

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Date March 12, 2024

An Economist Changes His Mind: Immigration Does Contribute to Inequality

Immigration contributes to inequality. America has a special obligation to our citizens. And America’s economy is not working for the majority of citizens today. Those are three of Sir Angus Deaton’s - recipient of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Economics - boat-rocking conclusions in his recently published article, “Rethinking My Economics,” on the International Monetary Fund’s website.

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Date March 7, 2024

Lines in time tend to rhyme: How John Waller Jr’s experiences with immigration is eerily similar to today in Sanctuary Cities.

John Waller Jr’s quote clearly illustrates what was happening with mass immigration during the 19th century.

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