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Why Does SEIU Lobby For More Foreign Workers While Its U.S. Members Are So Damaged By The Competition?

By Charles2485 of OK, Updated Tuesday, March 30, 2010, 6:00 PM EDT

Charles' blog raises even more questions about why the SEIU is fighting so hard for illegal foreign workers while its current union members find it so hard to keep their jobs in the face of foreign labor competition. The SEIU led the way last week in sponsoring the pro-amnesty march in Washington and in attacking NumbersUSA's freedom of speech and mobility.

A Government Against Its Own People

By Charles2485 of OK, Thursday, December 10, 2009, 4:30 PM EDT

"Governments which serve their own people survive and thrive,” said President Obama in Moscow on July 7. He should heed his own advice.

History of H-1B Legislation Shows More Than Employer Abuses

By Charles2485 of OK, Wednesday, October 28, 2009, 4:45 AM EDT

The evolution of the H-1B visa program provides an early Halloween scare.

Profoundly Wrong: 'We Were Strangers, Too: the Jewish Campaign for Immigration Reform'

By Charles2485 of OK, Monday, October 26, 2009, 5:15 AM EDT

Major Jewish groups have started a campaign saying we should welcome the illegally present because we were strangers in the land of Egypt. But Exodus is very clear that the Jews went to Egypt at the specific direction of the Pharaoh. That means they entered and settled in the country legally. The Jews went to Egypt because there a severe famine in Canaan and all the surrounding lands. There is no such situation in the countries that are sending us large numbers of illegal aliens.

A Working Man’s Views on Illegal Immigration, Tricks of The Trade

By Charles2485 of OK, Tuesday, September 29, 2009, 11:30 AM EDT

An unemployed construction worker offers observations on the tricks that some greedy employers use to employ illegal aliens in the construction industry.

Let the Voters Decide

By Charles2485 of OK, Tuesday, September 15, 2009, 6:30 PM EDT

Many unions have declared themselves in favor of legalization of the illegal aliens residing in our nation. For the future, the unions have called for an independent commission to set immigration levels in response to labor market needs. But due to the enormous amount of money made off cheap labor, such a commission would be subject to enormous pressure, even bribery. Why not let the legal American voters decide on the level of immigration? It would be hard to bribe over 100 million voters.

Conversation With a Farmer

By Charles2485 of OK, Friday, September 4, 2009, 12:00 PM EDT

Recently, an article in a large newspaper caught my eye with a quote from a farmer in words that were so perfect for the “comprehensive reform” amnesty crowd that it seemed like a lobbyist had coached him on what to say. So, over a 2-week period I tried to contact him, and I finally caught up with him a couple of days ago. Our conversation illuminates how decent family farmers have gotten mixed up with the amnesty lobby.

U.S. Population On Track for 1.182 Billion

By Charles2485 of OK, Wednesday, August 26, 2009, 12:40 AM EDT

According to U.S. Census Bureau projections issued in the year 2000, the United States is precisely on track to have a population of 1.182 billion in the year 2100.

Thinking About 1 Billion

By Charles2485 of OK, Monday, August 10, 2009, 12:11 PM EDT

Last year, demographer Arthur C. Nelson of the University of Utah predicted that the population of the United States would hit 1 billion sometime during the years 2100-2120. After analysis, it looks like a perfectly reasonable estimate to me.

The New York Times: Home of the Whopper

By Charles2485 of OK, Friday, August 7, 2009, 12:00 PM EDT

An Illegal alien graduated from Harvard this June. A sob story newspaper article bemoaned his lack of options, stating that he thought that the Dream Act would be law by now. The reporter neglected to mention that the Harvard alumni network is over 1,000 strong in Mexico, and includes the current and former presidents of that country. This guy should be able to find a good job, legally, in Mexico.

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