Posts Tagged ‘ H1-B Visa ’

Immigration and Borders News Roundup

Today’s roundup is chock full of news, including a laughable attempt by the Mexican government to demonstrate its bona fides on border security by arresting a potential border-crosser from an infamous family. However, we begin with a much more serious story involving the continued obstruction of Congress by this administration with regard to the...
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Filling A Need That Doesn’t Exist

Filling A Need That Doesn’t Exist

Yesterday’s Republican presidential debate didn’t offer us much in the way of substantive discussion, vis-a-vis immigration. Most of the evening was spent debating relevant foreign policy matters, such as the question of how each candidate would handle a potentially nuclear-capable Iran, what should be the government’s stance towards foreign aid to Pakistan, and what...
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The Truth Outs

The Truth Outs

It turns out that the administration’s “record number of deportations” is not all it’s cracked up to be. Let the President explain it himself.  Hat Tip: The Blaze
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Perry vs. Romney: Fact-checking Last Night’s Debate

Last night’s GOP presidential debate, hosted by Fox News, was illuminating as far as the subject of illegal immigration is concerned, although  the negative consequences of excessive legal immigration went unaddressed entirely. As Numbers USA pointed out during the course of its live-tweet of the debate, the segment devoted to immigration left out the...
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America’s Next Great Shill

America’s Next Great Shill

I should probably preface this post by admitting that I was a participant in the Washington Post’s America’s Next Great Pundit contest, a misguided and perhaps ultimately futile attempt by WaPo to expand its youth demographic among the ever-declining readership it lays claim to.
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Anarchy In The U.S.A.

Anarchy In The U.S.A.

We learned today, courtesy of the New York Times, that the Obama administration’s plan to subvert the legislative process, and grant amnesty by administrative fiat, was not merely a preliminary, bureaucratic memo. In fact, it is the official policy of the Department of Homeland Security to grant amnesty to select groups of illegal aliens.
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