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Urge politicians to pledge opposition to any immigration action that harms Black economic progress

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  by  Roy Beck

Happy Labor Day to all who labor to provide for the nation, who wish they could labor, and whose labor is done.

Black American workers made their greatest advancement in closing the wage gap during a long period of low immigration. Let's urge politicians to do it again.

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Rep. Andy Biggs Introduces Legislation to Make Illegal Alien Voter Fraud a Deportable Offense

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Arizona’s Rep. Andy Biggs has introduced legislation that would increase criminal penalties for illegal aliens convicted of fraudulently voting in federal elections. The Voter Integrity Protection Act was introduced to the House of Representatives on Friday.

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Riding The Nag

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  by  Andrew Good

A close reading of a recent story by The Associated Press reveals a an unsympathetic, underpaying horse trainer pitted against the interests of U.S. workers. But the AP resolved to force it into the tired narrative that any immigration limit harms us - even ones on programs that are bad for all but the most advantaged and unscrupulous.

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Fla. Senator Rick Scott Stands Apart from Senate in Favor of American Workers and Immigrants Already in US

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Florida Senator Rick Scott is currently the only Senator standing in the way of (S.386) the “Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act” passing without a single vote by unanimous consent, in doing so, protecting American workers and highly skilled immigrants already in the United States.

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NYTimes Open-borders columnist: The nation's most populated state isn't living sustainably

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  by  Jeremy Beck

In his August 26 article, “California, We Can’t Go On Like This,” The New York Times columnist Farhad Manjoo said that "the nation's most populous state" was also failing to live sustainably. Readers were quick to point out that Manjoo failed to make the connection between the two.

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Rep. Collins (R-Ga.) asks ICE and CBP to continue investigating illegal Korean worker scheme

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In May 2020 ICE and CPB foiled an intricate scheme by a large group of Korean nationals to utilize fraudulent employment letters to work in the United States, Rep. Collins (R-Ga.) is now asking for continued enforcement in Atlanta, as the scheme appears larger than initially expected.

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