Tuesday, September 29, 2015


THE AMNESTY ASSAULT on AMERICA’S YOUTH – It’s all about keeping wages depressed!

Here are some key facts presented by the CBO: 1) There are now 40 million foreign-born people living in the United States, making immigrants a bigger share of our national population than at any time since 1920. 2) Twenty-two million — a majority of the foreign born — are non-citizens. 3) Eleven-and-a-half million — a majority of the non-citizens — are illegal aliens.

Temporary Visas Surge under Obama

Overstays account for much of illegal immigration, yet visa numbers, approval rates have gone up

WASHINGTON, D.C. (September 29,

2015) – The Obama administration has

increased the number of visas issued for

visits to the United States by 71 percent in

just six years, according to a new report from
the Center for Immigration Studies.

The same data from the State Department shows that, from 2009 through 2014, the share of visa applications that were denied dropped by 19 percent.

This despite the fact that nearly half of all illegal aliens entered on visas and overstayed, and despite the fact that we have no way of identifying these overstays because the U.S. still does not have a check-out system for foreign visitors, even though Congress has mandated it eight separate times.

The number of "nonimmigrant" visas (mainly for tourists, students, and workers) issued by the State Department climbed from 5.8 million in FY2009 to 9.9 million in FY 2014. The percentage of visa denials to all visa decisions dropped from 18.6 percent in FY 2009 to 15.3 percent in FY 2014. This translates into a one denial for every 5.5 visa issuances in 2014, up from one denial for every 4.3 issuances in 2009.

Read the entire report at: http://cis.org/Nonimmigrants-surge-obama-administration.

David North, a Center senior fellow and author of the report, said, "The Obama administration doesn’t seem to be concerned about the size of the illegal population in the country. They are issuing more non-immigrant visas, and denying fewer – a policy that ensures more visa overstayers at a time when there is small likelihood of deportation unless the alien is arrested for a felony."

Identifying a potential visa abuser is cheaper and easier during the visa issuance process; once a person is in the United States and overstays a visa, deportation proceedings are expensive and time-consuming. Unlike denied visas, deportations can be challenged in court and drag out for years.

DEPORTATION LIES: Obama’s conspiracy to surrender to our borders to Mexico as he fights for the borders of Muslim dictators over there.

“The watchdogs at Judicial Watch discovered documents that reveal how the Obama administration's close coordination with the Mexican government entices Mexicans to hop over the fence and on to the American dole.” Washington Times 

Income inequality grows four times faster under Obama than Bush

…. we bankroll Mexico's welfare state in our borders as the number of Americans (Legals) sink into poverty! Illegals also get all the jobs!

The study noted that, in the aftermath of the Great Depression, the US undertook policies “during the New Deal [that] permanently reduced income concentration until the 1970s.” In contrast, the study noted a striking absence of any measures to reign in social inequality in the present crisis. Far from it, the Obama administrations’ bank bailouts, austerity program and wage-cutting policies have vastly expanded the prevalence of social inequality.

The Employment Situation of Immigrants and Natives in the Second Quarter of 2013

By Steven A. Camarota August 2013  

That President Obama would lawlessly bring in more cheap labor at the request of corporate interests at a time when tens of millions of Americans are unemployed speaks volumes.


WASHINGTON STATE: What? You thought only America’s southwest was invaded, occupied and looted?!?!?

“The hauled them down to the border,” Sakuma said. “Three days later, they were standing in our office, but they had a different name and a different Social Security number.”

Viva La Raza Supremacy?


"With the approach of the 2016 elections, the Democratic Party and its trade union allies are once again ramping up their efforts to fraudulently posture as advocates of working people."

 “But these attempts to palm off the Democrats as defenders of the working class, and in particular of low-income workers, stand in stark contrast to the actual record of the Obama administration, which has waged a systematic and determined campaign to slash the wages of workers in order to further enrich the banks, hedge funds and major corporations.”

“Because even though some 9 million new jobs were added to the U.S. economy from 2000 through 2014, about 18 million new immigrants, legal and illegal, entered the U.S. during that time, according to the Center for Immigration Studies. This, even as the native population also grew.”


Foreign-born women gain 141,000 jobs, U.S.-born women lose 90,000



The surge in the numbers of foreign-born women getting U.S. jobs at the expense of American-born women expanded in August, continuing an eight-year trend.

New Bureau of Labor Statistics info detailing August jobs shows that the number of U.S.-born women 16 and older with jobs declined by 90,000 and rose for foreign-born women by 141,000.

There are currently 59.258 million American-born working women compared to 10.028 foreign-born working women.

Secrets last month reported that all job gains among women since the 2007 recession hit went to foreign-born women workers.


One-way trips to U. S. frustrate immigration authorities

An estimated 4.4 million people entered the country on legal visas and have never left. Officials often have no way of knowing whether they do.


It started the day Obama moved into the White House and commenced the perpetration of his “hope & change”.

24,639,000: Record Number of Foreign-Born Hold Jobs in U.S.

"We could cut unemployment in half simply by reclaiming the jobs taken by illegal workers," said Representative Lamar Smith of Texas, co-chairman of the Reclaim American Jobs Caucus. "President Obama is on the wrong side of the American people on immigration. The president should support policies that help citizens and legal immigrants find the jobs they need and deserve rather than fail to enforce immigration laws."

“Because even though some 9 million new jobs were added to the U.S. economy from 2000 through 2014, about 18 million new immigrants, legal and illegal, entered the U.S. during that time, according to the Center for Immigration Studies. This, even as the native population also grew.”

“Tech tycoons like Larry Ellison and Mark Zuckerberg have gotten rich while wages in the technology sector have stagnated.”

Silicon Valley Poverty Is Often Ignored By The Tech Hub's Elite


Tech firms fight hiring rules in immigration bill…. NO AMERICANS NEED APPLY!!!

Americans would "be shocked to know that most of the H-1B visas … are going to outsourcing companies," Sen.  Durbin, D-Ill., said during a recent hearing.

Story Highlights

  • Bill provision that would require firms to post jobs for Americans is targeted
  • Technology firms have spent millions on lobbying on immigration
  • Judiciary Committee set to start working on bill

WASHINGTON – Technology firms, exercising new political clout on Capitol Hill, are lobbying against a measure in the leading Senate immigration bill that would make it harder for them to recruit workers from abroad without first taking steps to hire Americans for highly skilled jobs in programming, engineering and other fields.

The measure, part of a sweeping compromise bill drafted by a bipartisan group of eight senators, would require job openings to be posted on a new government website for 30 days and order companies to first extend job offers to "equally or better qualified" U.S. workers. It would give the U.S. Labor Department the power to review and challenge those hiring decisions.

Proponents say the measures are needed to curb abuses by companies who they say use the visa program to hire cheaper labor. Technology companies say the proposed rules would cripple their ability to hire the best employees from a global workforce and represent inappropriate government intrusion in internal hiring decisions.

The fight over hiring practices is part of the massive lobbying campaign underway on the immigration measure and will offer a fresh test of the technology industry's growing influence in Washington. The companies involved in the computer and Internet sectors spent nearly $140 million in lobbying last year -- more than twice the $69 million the industry poured into influencing Washington a decade earlier, according to data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics, which tracks political spending.

The Senate Judiciary Committee is set to begin work on the bill Thursday.

The hiring battle centers on the program that grants H-1B visas, which go mostly to college-educated foreigners in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields. Technology companies say they face a chronic shortage of qualified workers in these fields. The United States sets an annual limit of 85,000 visas for these companies, and the competition for them is intense: This year, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services opened up the application process April 1, and the cap was reached within a week.

Industry groups have made big gains in the Senate's immigration proposal. The bill, for instance, Would increase the H-1B cap to 205,000 annually. However, tech officials warn the new recruiting requirements could drive companies to move their skilled jobs overseas, rather than comply. A commonly cited example: Microsoft's decision to open a software center in Vancouver, British Columbia, after Congress failed to pass immigration legislation in 2007 that would have significantly increased the number of H-1B visas.

Under the bill, "employers are going to have an arbitrary government standard imposed on every hiring decision," said Robert Hoffman, the top lobbyist for the Information Technology Industry Council, a trade group. The proposed rule, he said, ignores subjective factors that influence hiring. "A perfect example: How does one define whether or not someone has the personality to fit into a corporate culture?" he said.

"We are not trying to change any of the fundamental policy goals that they are trying to achieve" in the Senate, Hoffman said. "We are just trying to tweak it, so that these goals and other goals, like retaining the best and brightest and growing in the United States, so that those types of goals are advanced as well."

Ron Hira, an associate professor of public policy at the Rochester Institute of Technology, has criticized the visa program, saying it allows firms to hire "cheap indentured labor."

"The technology industry is asking the government to come in and intervene in the normal functioning of the U.S. labor market, specifically on their behalf," Hira said.

Bruce Morrison, a former Connecticut congressman who lobbies on behalf of a group that represents American engineers, said the organization will object to any effort to "dilute worker protections" as the measure moves through the Senate. "The arguments from the companies is that there aren't any Americans to take these jobs," he said, "so there shouldn't be any problem."

The biggest users of H-1B visas are not brand-name companies, but little-known staffing companies that provide foreign workers on a temporary basis to U.S. companies — including banks, health insurance companies and big retailers. Cognizant, a New Jersey-based company that employs 27,000 people in the USA, is the top user of the temporary visas, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services records show. Most of its workers come from India.

In addition, three India-based outsourcing companies rank among the top five recipients of H-1Bs, according to the federal data.

Americans would "be shocked to know that most of the H-1B visas … are going to outsourcing companies," Sen.  Durbin, D-Ill., one of eight senators who drafted the immigration bill, said during a recent hearing. "They're going to these firms, largely in India, who are finding workers, engineers, who will work at low wages in the U.S."

Durbin is a driving force behind the hiring requirements in the Senate proposal.

The measure would make business harder for staffing companies dependent on foreign workers. It would impose higher fees on firms that rely on overseas employees for more than 30% of their workforce. Starting in 2016, the bill would bar granting any new temporary visas for foreign workers at companies with more than half their workers on the visas. Both measures apply to companies that employ more than 50 people.

Cognizant spokesman John Procter said he did not have a breakdown on the percentage of the company's workers in the USA on H-1B visas. He said the bill imposes an "arbitrary, detrimental restriction on the number of skilled immigrants."

"It would really change the way America does business," he said. "The company is very focused on educating legislators and making sure this language doesn't make its way into any final outcome."

Cognizant hired its first federal lobbyist in 2010 andby last year, it had spent nearly $1 million on federal lobbying, congressional records show. Its team includes Democratic power broker Heather Podesta, who did not return a telephone call. Other companies also have stepped up their political activity.

Last month, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Netflix's Reed Hastings, Google's Eric Schmidt and other technology executives teamed up to underwrite an advocacy group to promote their views on immigration. Two of its subsidiaries began a seven-figure advertising campaign to shore up voter support for key senators in the immigration debate.

The tech industry "has clearly come of age," said Ellen Miller, executive director of the Sunlight Foundation. "In the last decade, we've seen this tremendous recognition from Silicon Valley of the need to play in the power circles — to both protect their bottom line and to alter the political scene to their advantage."


The work that the 400 SCE IT employees do isn't disappearing, instead it and their jobs are being taken over by foreign guestworkers here on H-1B visas.

AMERICA’S YOUTH HATE BARACK OBAMA: The systematic destruction of the American middle-class by Crony King Barack Obama

"The disastrous employment prospects facing teenagers is just one indicator of the ongoing social crisis facing the working class more than six years into the so-called economic “recovery” proclaimed by the Obama administration, which has witnessed an immense growth of poverty and mass unemployment amid the vast enrichment of the US financial oligarchy."

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