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Result of Citizen Opposition -- One Wealthy Foundation To Stop Funding Amnesty?

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  by  Roy Beck

A tiny bit of hopeful evidence emerges that consistent, long-term and substantial U.S. citizen opposition to the open-borders agenda may eventually back off some of the wealthiest foundations that are funding the pro-amnesty efforts. A report on the website of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation suggests leaving the political arena on immigration because of the great disappointment in losing the amnesty battles of 2007.

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Florida Study Reveals High Cost of Illegal Immigration and Voter Dissatisfaction

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A new Zogby International poll shows that Florida voters think that illegal immigration is hurting the Sunshine State by an overwhelming margin. A new FAIR study confirms the poll, finding that illegal immigration costs Florida taxpayers $3.8 billion annually, which is double from 2005.

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Tech Companies Rescinding on Job Offers to Foreign Workers in Tough Economy

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Trying to avoid a backlash in a troubling economy, tech companies are reportedly rescinding on job offers to foreigners who are getting ready to graduate from college. Companies have been forced to lay off American workers over the last several months and they fear that hiring foreign workers will add to an already growing anger among Americans.

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DREAM Act Proposes More than Amnesty

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Supporters of Sen. Durbin's DREAM Act will say that the purpose of the bill is to ensure that the children of illegal aliens--who were brought here through no fault of their own and shouldn't be penalized for the sins of their parents--have an opportunity to go to college. What they won't tell you is that it would provide amnesty to any illegal alien under the age of 35 who first entered the United States before the age of 16, has been in the country for at least the last five years, and has earned a high school diploma or GED in the United States.

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