Last week, President Trump declared during his State of the Union speech that “I want people to come into our country in the largest numbers ever, but they have to come in legally.” The press focused on the “come in legally” part and ignored the “largest numbers ever” part. Critics say this is the abandonment of his Hire-American campaign promise. They say that Mr Trump hopes to appease big-business and high-tech employers who want to import cheap “visa workers” instead of hiring Americans at market rates. Trump now says the US needs more people to immigrate because unemployment is so low. [Strange! We thought low unemployment is good for American workers.] The flood of one-million legal immigrants per year plus visa workers plus illegal immigrants, is good for Wall Street profits. Every $1 saved in salaries creates roughly $15 in extra stock-market value. [Could that be the amount deducted from the standard of living of American workers?] -GEG
President Donald Trump suggested that he is ready to ditch his
Inauguration Day promise of a “Hire American” economic policy — even
though thousands of auto workers are being laid off, millions of
Americans do not have jobs, and many millions of Americans cannot get
The huge policy shift in favor of employers and investors is emerging
after Congress blocked his border wall and his border security reforms,
and after the GOP-led Congress passed Trump’s tax cut.
“It is fair to say that the President is abandoning his Hire American
policy,” said Mark Krikorian, director of the Center for Immigration
Billionaires back socialist politicians who are calling for higher taxes on members of the ultra-wealthy class because they understand they will never have to pay those taxes as the top federal income tax rate stops at $500.000, making it easier for millionaires and billionaires to avoid paying full freight.
Three systems theorists used a database listing 37 million companies and investors worldwide to map their economic power. The researchers discovered that global corporate control has a distinct bow-tie shape, with a dominant core of 147 firms, mostly banks, that control everything.
2020 Dem hopefuls, Senators Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, rushed to judgment after Jussie Smollett claimed white-racist Trump supporters ambushed him with bleach and a noose. Both Senators called the hoax a “modern-day lynching” and used the phony scandal to pass an anti-lynching bill through Congress.
Benefits to illegal aliens include subsidized housing, food stamps, free insurance, free education for children plus free breakfasts and lunches, subsidized energy bills, Social Security benefits, free child care and more.
President Trump signed a spending bill that includes measures that makes it impossible to deport illegal aliens who have relatives, sponsors, or even fiends of unaccompanied alien children, which is chain migration on steroids.
Tucker Carlson reviews the long record of Hate Hoaxes in America. Collectivist leaders on both the left and the right want to weaken the country with disunity and violence because divided populations are easier to manipulate and rule.
M.J. Rosenberg, who worked for AIPAC for years in the 70’s and 80’s, confirmed that Ilhan Omar’s tweet concerning AIPAC was correct and that political fundraising is a huge part of AIPAC’s operation. Rosenberg confirmed that AIPAC is a very organized money distribution system.
Former CBS chief foreign news correspondent, Laura Logan, called out the liberal bias and arrogance in mainstream media. She blamed the media for not pursuing objectivity anymore, arguing journalists have evolved into “political activists.” She said that 85% of journalists are registered Democrats.
Adverse reactions to vaccination are not uncommon in pets. Globally, the animal vaccine industry has been valued at $6.27 billion in 2015 and is expected to rise to $11.40 billion by 2024.
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