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White House Claims 'Stimulus' Saved/Created 650,000 Jobs (but it imported 1,125,000 foreign workers at same time)

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  by  Roy Beck

A few minutes ago, the White House issued a new report claiming that the Stimulus Bill earlier this year has created or saved approximately 650,000 U.S. jobs. All of us need to point out to every local newspaper, every Member of Congress and every one of our co-workers and family that the federal government has imported more than a million working-age foreign citizens this year to negate every positive impact the stimulus could have had for U.S. workers.

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Revised Health Care Reform Bill May Include Verification

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) unveiled the final version of the House's health care reform bill this morning, and according to a document prepared by the three House committees that marked up the bill, the final version may include a citizenship verification clause. Floor debate on the bill is expected to begin next week.

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Immigration Enforcement DOES Belong in Senate Floor Debate About Unemployment Payments

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  by  Roy Beck

Sen. Durbin (D-Ill.) uses his leadership position continually to make false claims about E-Verify's reliability and to project the absolutely foolish notion that unemployment and immigration have no relationship. But while he laments the 125,000 who have recently lost their unemployment benefits (I do, too), he ignores the fact that HIS immigration policies now in place have given out 125,000 brand new work permits to foreign workers during the last month.

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Sen. Sessions Offers E-Verify Amendment to Unemployment Extension

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Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) is offering an amendment to the unemployment extension bill that would require new applicants for unemployment compensation to have their citizenship status verified using E-Verify. The amendment is being offered to H.R.3548, which would extend unemployment benefits for 14 weeks.

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Profoundly Wrong: 'We Were Strangers, Too: the Jewish Campaign for Immigration Reform'

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  by  Charles Breiterman

Major Jewish groups have started a campaign saying we should welcome the illegally present because we were strangers in the land of Egypt. But Exodus is very clear that the Jews went to Egypt at the specific direction of the Pharaoh. That means they entered and settled in the country legally. The Jews went to Egypt because there a severe famine in Canaan and all the surrounding lands. There is no such situation in the countries that are sending us large numbers of illegal aliens.

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