MInuteman Project Immigration Legal Counsel Killed

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Dear Americans eulogy — Dear Americans, It is with deep sadness that I report that my long-time friend and mentor on legal aspects of immigration issues, Counselor John R. Alcorn, was killed when hit by a car while he escorted his four-year-old son on his first trick-or-treat. Mr. Alcorn has provided advice on immigration perspectives […]

Spanish Firm Under Federal Investigation Wins $230 Million in DOE Subsidies

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Freebeacon — A Spanish renewable energy company under investigation by at least two federal agencies unveiled a new biofuel production facility on Friday, which will receive hundreds of millions of dollars in federal subsidies. Former employees of the company have alleged that it routinely engages in violations of U.S. immigration, environmental, and workplace safety laws […]

Feds Punish Business For Engaging In ‘Citizenship-Discrimination’

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Daily Caller — A Texas catering business will pay the United States $26,400 for engaging in “citizenship-discrimination,” as part of a settlement with the Justice Department announced Tuesday. Culinaire International unlawfully discriminated against employees based on their citizenship status, the Justice Department claimed, because it required non-citizen employees to provide extra proof of their right […]

All Tennessee’s Employment Growth Since 2000 Went to Immigrants

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Breitbart — Since 2000, Tennessee’s net employment growth has gone to immigrants, despite the fact that native-born Americans accounted for 60 percent of the state’s working-age population growth, a new report from a limited immigration group reveals. According to a new Center for Immigration Studies analysis of government employment data released Monday, the number of […]

Using Jailed Migrants as a Pool of Cheap Labor

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NYT — HOUSTON — The kitchen of the detention center here was bustling as a dozen immigrants boiled beans and grilled hot dogs, preparing lunch for about 900 other detainees. Elsewhere, guards stood sentry and managers took head counts, but the detainees were doing most of the work — mopping bathroom stalls, folding linens, stocking […]

CEO: U.S. Manufacturers Have 600,000 Jobs They Want to Give to Immigrant Workers

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THEBLAZE — A major business group said Monday that U.S. manufacturers are hoping an immigration bill will let them give hundreds of thousands of jobs to foreign workers. Jay Timmons, the president and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers, said he believes an immigration bill will pass near the end of this year. He […]