Posts Tagged ‘ jobs ’

Abandoning the Base

Abandoning the Base

One of the more remarkable aspects of President Obama’s political career–and this is not a novel observation on my part–is his inability or unwillingness to sacrifice political capital on behalf of his ostensible allies. A perfect illustration of the lack of reciprocity between Barack Obama and his putative friends is his relationship with organized...
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Working Americans

Working Americans

Tomorrow afternoon a job fair will take place inside the Jacob Javits Center. Although routine by most standards-there have been numerous job fairs held in the Tri-State Area throughout the recession and prolonged, anemic economic recovery-one unusual aspect of the upcoming event is that it will be covered by WABC’s resident open borders advocate,...
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Sheriff Joe Arpaio Saves American Jobs

Sheriff Joe Arpaio Saves American Jobs

Stand With Arizona reports that law enforcement stalwart Sheriff Joe Arpaio doesn’t just stop crime by capturing illegals, he also frees up jobs that legitimate American citizens need and want:  We hear almost every day that “illegals do the jobs Americans won’t do”.
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Thursday Webcast From Numbers USA Conference Room

The live Webcast will begin two and a half hours from now. You can watch the webcast at Numbers USA TV.  
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Purple People Eaters

Purple People Eaters

I’d like to alert you to a great column by Joe Guzzardi today, which explores two key aspects of the immigration debate as it’s currently unfolding in the United States. The dearth of jobs for Americans in this country, which is experiencing its most prolonged economic slump since the Great Depression, is something that...
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Numbers USA Is Live-Blogging The State of the Union

Follow Roy Beck’s astute observations here.
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Recession Proof Immigration

Recession Proof Immigration

There’s a fantastic piece in the Washington Examiner today examining the priorities of the new chairman of the Judiciary Committee in the House of Representatives, Rep. Lamar Smith.
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Vendetta?

Vendetta?

Yet more evidence that the Obama administration’s campaign against Arizona is politically-motivated and not simply the result of constitutional concerns over SB 1070 was revealed today, courtesy of Fox News.
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