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Biggest & Cheapest Way To Control U.S. Carbon Emissions? Our New Interactive Web Tool Will Show You

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  by  Roy Beck

Polls suggest that Americans are quite divided about what the climate change summit in Copenhagen ought to be doing. The big push there is to persuade nations to adopt goals of limiting carbon emissions. Governments such as China and the U.S. are resisting because of various kinds of giant costs. But check out our new interactive website feature that shows how our immigration policy is the single greatest contributor to the growth in the U.S. carbon footprint. . . .

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Jobless Numbers Improve, But Obama Still Not Listening

Pres. Obama

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For the first time in two years, the unemployment rate dropped, going from 10.2% in October to 10% in November. Despite the drop, the United States still lost more jobs than it created, and as President Obama looks for a low cost solution to the jobs depression, he refuses to consider an immigration suspension.

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SAVE Act Hits 100! Another Cosponsor Added to Bill That Would Protect Jobs for Americans

Rep. Michael Turner

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The SAVE Act received its 100th cosponsor when Rep. Michael Turner (R-Ohio) added his name to the long list. The SAVE Act would make E-Verify mandatory nationwide and increase monitoring of compliance ensuring that only legal workers get jobs during one of the worst jobs depressions in our nation's history.

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THE NO-JOBS SUMMITS: Pro-Amnesty Movement Thinks Americans DESERVE To Be Unemployed

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  by  Roy Beck

Wonder why Washington politicians gathering in Jobs Summits on Thursday show NO interest in pushing illegal aliens out of their jobs in order to put millions of unemployed Americans back to work? A major pro-amnesty coalition has just provided one answer. An article promoted on its website says that illegal aliens are better workers than Americans. If somebody has to be unemployed, it should be the less-desirable American workers who don't have jobs, the article says. Unbelievable? Read on . . .

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Rep. Steve King: Immigration Enforcement A Boon To American Workers

Rep. Steve King

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"So when the federal government has been engaged in enforcement, the boon to American workers has been obvious," says Rep. Steve King of Iowa. The federal government can quickly find jobs for millions of jobless Americans through immigration enforcement, he says: "You don’t have to look any further then when ICE conducted worksite enforcement to see the effects."

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Republicans Feel Party isn't Focusing Enough on Illegal Immigration

House Minority Leader John Boehner

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A new Washington Post poll reveals that the majority of Republicans feel that their party is not paying enough attention to illegal immigration. The poll found that 61 percent of Republicans think the party is putting too little emphasis on the issue while only 9 percent think they're putting too much emphasis.

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Struggling Economy Continues to Impact America's Jobless

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Several new reports show that the struggling economy is having a terrible impact on America's Jobless. The news comes at the same time that Rasmussen Reports revealed some troubling survey results. According to a new poll, only 14% of Americans say their company is hiring - the lowest number since February.

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