Posts Tagged ‘ guest worker ’

Darth Vader Summers In Orlando

Darth Vader Summers In Orlando

The Center for Immigration studies has produced a brilliant satire of the unscrupulous policies pursued by the Disney corporation in its endless pursuit of cheap, imported labor. Its exploitation of the fundamentally corrupt, anti-American H1-B Visa program has been well documented, on this site as well as in many other news outlets. However, this...
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Putting New Lipstick On An Old Pig

It turns out that this the arguments marshaled in favor of today’s amnesty are nothing new. But we already knew that, didn’t we? Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.  
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Behold Our Future

Behold Our Future

One of the biggest challenges to the future of Europe is the continued balkanization occurring as a result of massive immigration from predominantly Arab and Islamic nations, coupled with the inability and/or unwillingness of host countries to assimilate these men and women to Western culture. Even though the systemic problems associated with this phenomenon are most often...
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Georgia Joins the Fray

Georgia Joins the Fray

In one of the first major statewide successes achieved by the immigration control and enforcement movement since the passage of SB 1070, the state legislature of Georgia has passed a comprehensive measure targeting illegal aliens and the companies and individuals that employ them.
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Immigration Update

Immigration Update

As most of you probably know by now,  Governor Gary Herbert of Utah has signed into law a bill that is a modified version of the amnesty plan so many open borders politicians-of both political parties-have lobbied for over the course of the past decade. Although some on the left are extremely displeased with...
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Utah’s Immigration “Solution”

Utah’s Immigration “Solution”

The Utah legislature has finally passed a raft of bills designed to serve as a compromise between those of us who support immigration enforcement, and those who want to thwart the will of the people and the clear intent of American immigration law.
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