ALL Americans are only one paycheck and two illegals away from being homeless.... and yet they continue to invited the hordes over our borders and into our cities in housing crisis!
"HUD Counts 553,742 Homeless People on a Single Night in January; West Coast Cities Blamed for Increase"... America's housing and jobs crisis will end when we push Mexico out of our borders!
HAVE YOU EVEN ONCE HEARD A DEM POL HOWLING
OUTRAGE ABOUT AMERICANS LIVING ON THE
STREETS IN CITIES OVERRUN BY MEXICANS?
Study: Immigrant Population in U.S. Booms to 44M, Majority from Mexico
US homeless total increases for the first time in seven years
8 December 2017
for food stamps will only swell to toll of
homelessness and extreme poverty, with
desperate people forced to choose between
feeding their children and paying the rent.
Already one in eight individuals and 12
million children face food insecurity.
Homeless rate among Seattle public school students rises by 55 percent
8 December 2017
"Low-Skill Immigration: A Case for
Restriction" Published in American Affairs
By Jason Richwine
CIS Blog, November 21, 2017
Excerpt: Last fall, I participated in a CIS panel entitled "Immigration and Less-Educated American Workers", alongside University of Pennsylvania law professor Amy Wax and political scientist Charles Murray. The panel was perhaps most
notable for Murray's revelation that, despite his
libertarian instincts, he had come around to the
position that we should "shut down low-skill
immigration for a while" to encourage more
Americans to rejoin the labor force.
Murray's announcement is not the panel's only legacy, however. Amy Wax and I realized that the material from our own presentations would combine nicely into a long-form essay. Now, one year later, that essay appears in the latest issue of American Affairs. Our essay is unique in that it combines "top-down" Census Bureau data on native job losses with "bottom-up" ethnographic research on employer preferences for immigrant labor.