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High immigration = low living for average Americans

OCALA, Fla., July 30, 2014 — America is going through some rough economic times. Hardships are felt mainly among the working and lower middle classes, whose median wages have been in decline for decades. During the years ahead, though, things might get worse for white collar workers with the rise of tech-savvy immigrants from Asia. ...

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Why our approach to immigration ‘borders’ on the absurd

RANCHO SANTA FE, Ca., July 14, 2014 – Our political “customs” are in evidence as we see the immigration issue unfold. Recently, over 39,000 families and 52,000 unaccompanied children have been detained for entering our southern border illegally. This latest surge adds to the 11-13 million individuals who are estimated to already reside in our ...

Valerie Jarrett and Rupert Murdoch have dinner and amnesty for dessert

MILLINOCKET, Maine, June 22, 2014 — Last Tuesday, while dining at the Blue Duck Tavern in Washington’s West End, Valerie Jarrett and Rupert Murdoch shared a table and discussed immigration reform. Jarrett, a top aide to the Obamas, and Murdoch, the media mogul, apparently had a lot in common on the subject. Impressed by his ...

The Cloward-Piven strategy explains how Obama benefits from immigration crisis

SAN ANTONIO, June 22, 2014 — By every traditional measure, President Obama has been an absolute failure as president: The economy is shrinking; the debt, currently over $17.5 trillion, is growing at an average of $1 trillion per year; Obamacare and the stimulus bill are major failures; income for blacks, Hispanics and single mothers has ...

Republicans should forget about presidential elections

OCALA, Fla., June 20, 2014 — The Republican Party is in serious trouble. Since the 1980s, it has been wracked with conflicting opinions on immigration policy. Political correctness-prone pundits and big business-backed politicians strongly supported not just amnesty for illegal aliens, but far more generous migration programs. On the other hand, nationalistic commentators and like-minded ...

Eric Cantor’s loss is a victory for immigration patriots

OCALA, Fla., June 11, 2014 — The Earth hasn’t quite stood still, but it certainly slowed down a bit. Republican U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s loss was unthinkable for virtually everyone in our nation’s punditocracy. As the results from his primary race started to trickle in, one could sense the shock radiating through the ...