Archive for the 'Jobs' Category

Are All Illegal Aliens Thieves?

Sunday, April 16th, 2006

WorldNet Daily
An illegal’s thievery does not end with the stolen identity of American citizenship. For many, that is just the beginning. Their bogus citizenship opens the doors to publicly funded assistance for those in need, publicly funded education for their children, up to and including state colleges and universities. It provides publicly funded health care […]

Guest-Worker Programs Make Matters Worse

Sunday, April 16th, 2006

Mark Krikorian from CIS gives us more insight into the proposed “guest worker” scheme’s in the following two articles.
AJC.com
Guest-worker programs subvert the virtues that underlie a free society by promoting a master-servant environment. It’s not that our nimble and inventive free market cannot respond to evanescent labor shortages, but rather that certain jobs are considered […]

U.S. Military Sub-Contractor Hiring Illegals

Friday, April 14th, 2006

AOL News
GRONTON, Conn. (April 13) - It’s a little after 7 a.m. and work is already in full swing at this Groton, Conn., construction site, the future home of military housing for officers serving at the nearby Trident Submarine Base.
The U.S. military sub-contractor pouring cement at this site — Gargiulo Construction — says its payroll […]

Blacks Becoming Marginalized

Monday, April 10th, 2006

LA Times
Najee Ali, an African American activist, tries to turn out for as many civil rights rallies as he can. But on the day that hundreds of thousands of Latinos marched through downtown Los Angeles for immigrant rights, he had no idea it was happening until he turned on the TV.
‘They didn’t call us; they […]

Black Americans Pushed Aside For Cheaper Illegal Aliens

Monday, April 10th, 2006

Washington Times
An Alabama employment agency that sent 70 laborers and construction workers to job sites in that state in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina says the men were sent home after just two weeks on the job by employers who told them “the Mexicans had arrived” and were willing to work for less.
Linda Swope, who […]

Tyson Foods [Human Smuggler] Shutting Down For Monday Protests

Sunday, April 9th, 2006

Tyson Foods has to shut down on Monday because so many of their employees are illegal aliens they cannot operate without them. Tyson Foods was indicted for human smuggling in 2001. In 2002 Tyson Foods faced a class action lawsuit. The Complaint contends that all such persons have been victimized by a […]

Republican Congressman Offers Immigration Solution

Saturday, April 8th, 2006

I love the bathtub analogy here. This is exactly the immigration strategy that needs take place. Enforce the damn laws! Eureka! What a breakthrough! It will work, and this is why the pro-illegal advocates choose to ignore it and they always bring up how impossible it is to deport 20 […]

Growing Anger Among Blacks As Latinos ‘Take Over’

Friday, April 7th, 2006

SunTimes
NEWARK, N.J. — The men both stood in a busy hardware store parking lot, but their lives were far apart.
On one end, Oscar Bautista of El Salvador said he had been waiting more than three hours for a job. Across the lot, Art Jackson loaded potting soil into his Dodge Durango. He complained that immigrants […]

Day Laborer Problem Solved Through Enforcement

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

NY Times
When the Village of Mamaroneck shut down its day-laborer hiring site in February, village leaders said the closure was temporary. The site would reopen April 1 if neighboring communities, or the county, agreed on an alternative hiring site and shared costs for it.
This would relieve some of the congestion at Columbus Park, where, for […]

Verification of Employment Authorization

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

CIS
‘’This legislation is a realistic approach to a difficult and complicated problem, and is consistent with the direction many states are moving, and probably the federal government, eventually. It is not a silver bullet, but should be viewed as part of a larger strategy to deal with illegal immigration that relies on partnerships between federal […]

Guest-Worker Programs Are a Dead End

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

Human Events Online
‘’In short, guest-worker programs are both immoral and unworkable. But their appeal is enduring, because they can satisfy the immediate economic demands of an important constituency while pretending not to have any adverse consequences on the rest of society. Our country has too often succumbed to this temptation for policymakers to be able […]

We’re Just Doing the Jobs You Gringos Won’t Do (Ha! Ha!)

Saturday, April 1st, 2006

InfoWars
Man, this was one great party. My friends and I ran around the 110 Freeway waving Mexican flags and yelling, “Mexico, Mexico, Mexico.” Lupe almost got run over by one of those rickety trucks with a Baja California license plate, but she’s OK. Most important, the TV cameras were there and those gringos in the […]

Merging the US, Canada, and Mexico

Saturday, April 1st, 2006

NewsWithViews
Well, the Bush regime’s efforts to merge the US, Canada, and Mexico into one regional government are almost complete. These actions are not missteps, as some conservatives would like to believe, but deliberate and purposeful efforts for a regional government. A few reminders:
Merging the US, Canada, & Mexico
Bush Decries Border Project
Alberto Gonzalez and La Raza
1 […]

Bills Double Legal Immigration

Friday, March 31st, 2006

Dallas News
Some estimate that bills pending in the Senate could double the nearly 1 million green cards handed out yearly, granting legal permanent residence.
The U.S., which already welcomes more legal immigrants than any other country, would see major increases in green cards under both immigration proposals being debated in the Senate. The bills also would […]

Democrats Split On Illegal Immigration

Friday, March 31st, 2006

Washington Post
New economic research that pits native-born workers against low-skilled immigrants in a struggle for jobs and wages has fueled a rift between some of Washington’s most liberal lawmakers and their allies in economics and labor, who fear that the Democratic Party is pushing an immigration policy that forsakes the party’s working-class mainstay.
The quarrel comes […]