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Senators Call Out Napolitano for Pro-Amnesty Remarks

Sen. Orrin Hatch

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Twelve Senators sent a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano condemning her for her comments to the Center for American Progress earlier this month. Napolitano expressed her desire to legalize 12 million illegal aliens as part of a "comprehensive immigration reform" adding that it would provide a 'boon' to the economy. But the Senators argued an amnesty would hurt America's 16 million unemployed.

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Illegal Aliens & the Senate Healthcare Bill -- Better Than the House's, But Still Filled With Loopholes

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  by  James Edwards

The Senate health reform bill is better than the House-passed bill, in terms of verification of immigrant or citizenship status. But the Senate bill contains a number of serious loopholes by which illegal aliens can and will obtain taxpayer-funded health coverage. This will provide a net bonus to at least a portion of illegal aliens and may well serve as yet another incentive to break U.S. immigration laws.

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The Key Numbers in My Testimony Added Up To Demand For Immediate Immigration Reductions

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  by  Roy Beck

I finally got my chance to get a formal hearing before Members of Congress on Thursday for NumbersUSA's year-long argument that U.S. unemployment requires deep, immediate cuts in immigration. I let the key numbers do the talking. Do you know them? Take a look at the top three . . .

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Immigration Suspension Urged During Congressional Testimony

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In a congressional forum Thursday, NumbersUSA President Roy Beck urged Members of Congress to immediately introduce and pass legislation to suspend most immigration in light of the nation's 10.2% U-3 unemployment rate. Three other experts testified that unemployment among Americans is so bad that there is no doubt that every job emptied by pushing an illegal foreign worker out of it would quickly be filled by an American.

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Congressional Forum to Discuss Impact of High Immigration on Unemployment

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NumbersUSA Founder and President Roy Beck will be testifying on Thursday in front of a Congressional Forum. House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Lamar Smith (R-Texas) called the forum - American Jobs in Peril: The Impact of Uncontrolled Immigration - to explore the relationship between high immigration and unemployment.

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Libertarians: Can You Help CATO Come To Its Senses (not enough high school dropouts in U.S.?)

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  by  Roy Beck

CATO Institute's Dan Griswold suggests that the U.S. faces a crisis in filling lower skilled jobs because we aren't producing as many high school dropouts as in the past. Perhaps somebody could explain to him that we have around 2 million native-born high school dropouts who are actively looking for a job and can't find one -- and another 7 million who have dropped out of the job market altogether.

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Rep. Nathan Deal Pushing Senate to Include Strong Immigration Verification in Health Care Reform Bill

Rep. Nathan Deal

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Rep. Nathan Deal (R-Ga.) is urging the Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Georgia Senators Johnny Isakson and Saxby Chambliss to offer his identity and verification language as an amendment to the health care reform bill. House leadership prevented Rep. Deal from offering the amendment in the House.

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Rep. Lamar Smith Calls Out Administration's Immigration Enforcement Efforts

Rep. Lamar Smith

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The House Judiciary Committee's Ranking Member Lamar Smith (R-Texas) wrote an op-ed for the Washington Times today slamming the Obama administration's immigration enforcement efforts. While illegal immigration advocates criticize Obama for too much enforcement, Rep. Smith says it's quite the opposite.

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What I Said & Saw at Pasadena Anti-Amnesty Tea Party (1 of 50)

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  by  Chad MacDonald

On October 13, 2009 Congressman Luis Gutierrez spent millions of dollars for his Amnesty launch party in 20 cities across the country. In quick response, the grassroots www.againstamnesty.com website was set up for the Tea Party Against Amnesty events that took place in over 50 cities this past weekend on November 14, 2009. There were fireworks in Pasadena, California.

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