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Sen. Jon Kyl says Concerns over Health Care to Illegal Aliens are Valid

Sen. Jon Kyl

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Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) said last week that the health care proposals in Congress could cover illegal aliens. In a report published by Roll Call, Sen. Kyl said that Republican attempts to make sure that only eligible individuals receive benefits were defeated by the Democrats.

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New Video Highlights Need for your Activism!

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  by  Jenny Magyari

Hello NumbersUSA members! Some of you may have spoken with me if you’ve called our Arlington office. Communicating with members on a daily basis, I’ve heard so many of you express your frustration with your elected officials. Many of us can’t help but feel that our government has strayed from being an institution “of the People, by the People.” Our country was founded on the premise that Congressmen were supposed to represent their constituents, and it’s difficult not to become disillusioned when many of them vote in their own self interests.

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125,000 brand new foreign workers with work permits each month -- HERE'S THE PROOF

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  by  Roy Beck

For months, the open-borders blogosphere has insisted that NumbersUSA is telling tall tales when we talk about massive numbers of new foreign workers during our current Jobs Depression. Most of the commentators and open-borders politicians even claim that we have no source for our information. So, once again, let us lay out the federal government's own data.

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Administration Stepping up Enforcement of Employers who Hire Illegal Aliens

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Yesterday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement Chief John Morton said the agency will intensify its investigations of companies that hire illegal aliens. Back in June the agency sent out letters to more than 650 companies, notifying them of an ICE audit of its employee paperwork. The move signaled a shift from the former administration's policy of focusing on illegal aliens and the new administration's focus on the businesses who hire them.

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Which Religious Leaders Will Take Anti-Black Message to White House on Thursday?

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  by  Roy Beck

Hundreds of unemployed Black Americans are getting jobs in Raeford, N.C. because enforcement is driving out illegal workers. But that is a bad -- even evil -- thing, according to religious leaders like the ones scheduled to go to the White House on Thursday to help decide how to pass an amnesty for illegal aliens this next year. I don't really think these religious leaders hate the Black American underclass. But they HAVE abandoned it.

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New CIS Reports Examine Workplace Composition and Unemployment Numbers

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Two new reports published by the Center for Immigration Studies examines the jobs that Americans supposedly won't do and takes a closer look at the unemployment rates for lesser educated native-born Americans. CIS analyzes the immigrant composition of 465 civilian occupations and also analyzes the U-6 unemployment data, which includes Americans who have given up on their job search or have involuntarily taken a part-time job.

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