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Democrats adopt platform of more chain migration, less enforcement & mass amnesty

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  by  Chris Chmielenski

The Democratic Party approved its Party Platform during its national convention this week, and while some Democrats complained that it didn't go far enough in embracing a more open-borders agenda, there's not much to like for supporters of reduced immigration.

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Justice Department Settles Claim Against California-Based Staffing Company for Favoring Temporary Visa Workers Over U.S. Workers

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The Department of Justice announced Monday that it signed a settlement agreement with AllianceIT, a provider of IT staffing services based in Pleasanton, California. This is the tenth settlement under the Civil Rights Division’s Protecting U.S. Workers Initiative, which is aimed at targeting, investigating, and taking enforcement actions against companies that discriminate against U.S. workers in favor of temporary foreign visa workers.

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Author Michael Lind Forebodes a 2020s 'Decade of Horrors' for the Working Class

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  by  Lisa Irving Venus

In a July Tablet column "Would a Biden Victory Be a Win for the Working Class?," Michael Lind appears resigned to defeat, writing that no matter which party emerges victorious this Fall, the managerial class has already won out over the American worker.

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VP Candidate Kamala Harris -- Pleases Wall St. & Silicon Valley, which means Bad News for American Workers

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  by  Chris Chmielenski

In picking Sen. Kamala Harris of California to complete his ticket, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has made two groups very happy -- Wall St. and Silicon Valley. If her voting record on immigration is any indication, Sen. Harris will aggressively advocate for the Biden-Sanders 'Unity Plan' -- a list of policy recommendations that would increase legal immigration while all but eliminating immigration enforcement. That's good news for Big Business and bad news for American workers and their wages.

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More People, More Noise Pollution Hurts Our Environment

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  by  Amy Boylan
Continual population growth creates more noise. This ultimately solutions as short-term band-aids as more people are using the same limited resources - including our national parks. Our federal government has the ability to address this issue by reducing immigration-driven population growth, which accounts for 88% of U.S. population growth.

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

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  by  Eric Ruark

Americans are constantly hearing that there is a shortage of doctors in the U.S. There's a bi-partisan push in Congress to bring in even more foreign doctors because COVID-19 has made it worse, so the argument goes. None of this is true. The reality is there are not enough opportunities for American doctors, too many of who are unable to practice in their own country.

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