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Igloo Corp. Discriminated Against American Workers In Favor of H-2B Visas

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According to another announcement by Federal prosecutors at the Justice Department, the Igloo Products Corporation - known for making ice chests and coolers, admitted to importing foreign visa workers to take U.S. manufacturing jobs away from highly qualified American workers.

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Unraveling the Not So Rosy October Jobs Report

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  by  Lisa Irving

Millions are being left out of the jobs recovery, lower labor participation rates indicate workers are leaving the workforce, wage increases are failing to keep up with inflation, and the economy has 4.2 million jobs less than pre- pandemic levels. The U.S. needs immigration reduction and yet the U.S. House's Build Back Better Act would add millions more foreign workers to the labor force.

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More than 70 Dead-of-Night Flights have Transported Illegal Aliens from Border to Florida Since Summer

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According to the office of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, more than 70 dead-of-night flights have landed in Jacksonville, moving illegal aliens from the border to the state since summer. Public safety czar Larry Keefe stated: "On average, there's 36 passengers on each of these flights."

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Examiner: Border Patrol Releases 283,000 Illegal Aliens in Past Year, 95,000 Released with 'Notice to Report'

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According to reporting by the Washington Examiner, over 283,000 illegal aliens have been released into the United States interior after being caught crossing the border so far this year. The number comes from unreleased Border Patrol data shared by Democratic Representative Henry Cuellar.

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Montana Rep. Matt Rosendale Leads Effort Against Sec. Mayorkas's ICE Memorandums

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Late last week, Representative Matt Rosendale (MT) led forty-four other Representatives who signed a letter sent to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas urging him to immediately rescind several of his orders which all but completely abolish U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s and weaken their ability to effectively enforce America’s immigration laws; jeopardizing national security and public safety, say the Representatives.

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Budget Reconciliation Amnesty: Where it Stands

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  by  Chris Chmielenski

Once again, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi planned a vote on the Democrats' $1.75 trillion budget reconciliation amnesty bill on Friday only to rescind the vote hours later. However, the threat of Congress passing what could become the largest illegal alien amnesty in U.S. history is still very much alive.

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