On Thursday, America’s Senator Jeff Sessions took the Senate floor for reflect widely on the recent demands from billionaire elites (Sheldon Adelson, Warren Buffett and Bill Gates) for more immigrant workers while this week Microsoft announced its layoff of 18,000 employees over coming months.
The six-minute video posted on the Senator Sessions Youtube channel didn’t include [...]
The liberal website Politico has an interesting tick-tock of how the strategies for illegal alien amnesty played out, with background details of plans, promises and assumptions made according to the open borders calculus.
One interesting item was Speaker Boehner’s pledge to the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference last summer that an amnesty bill would be forthcoming [...]
America’s patriot Senator, Jeff Sessions, took the floor on Thursday to advocate for citizen workers, noting, “We don’t need to be passing a law, like the Gang of Eight bill, that would double the H-1B workers brought into America, increase by 50% the annual flow, add another 5 million so-called ‘backlog’ workers, in addition [...]
Informed observers have noticed that many manufacturing jobs have disappeared because of robots and automation, particularly among industries returning to the US from abroad where the updated plant needs far fewer workers. (See Manufacturing Is Returning to US, but Automation Means Fewer Hires.)
Oxford University forecast last year that 45 percent of US jobs were vulnerable [...]
On Wednesday, radio talker Laura Ingraham celebrated the stunning victory of Dave Brat over Majority Leader Eric Cantor. She noted that the national Tea Party organizations like Tea Party Patriots (where Jenny Beth Martin makes $500K) have become a new establishment and wrote Brat off. Local Tea Party folks pitched in to help with the [...]
Somehow the people of Singapore missed the message from elites that massive diverse immigration is the best idea ever. Average folks have showed up in the thousands to protest the importation of foreign workers, including a group on this year’s May Day, even though public demonstrations are rare events there.
Below, thousands of Singaporeans protested immigration [...]
The Saturday morning business chatterboxes on Fox had an interesting discussion about how demands for a higher minimum wage will only drive employers to more use of automation. (A robot burger-flipper already exists that can produce 360 per hour, so businesses like McDonalds can reduce human employees whenever it wants.)
Naturally, nobody mentioned that increased use [...]
Don’t worry, little human, robot designers are concerned with making the working environment comfy regarding the machine-people interface. That’s the message from the producers of the UBR-1 robot, the latest in smart machines that can work in manufacturing or other assorted tasks.
We’ve heard this mendacity before, that advanced mechanization is being brought in to “help” [...]
Loyalty is generally considered to be a fine attribute, but when it blinds people to being screwed over, maybe not so much. Political writer Deroy Murdock has crunched the economic numbers (see his chart) about how severely Obama’s economic policies have hammered black Americans, yet they remain enthusiastic supporters: the guy can do no wrong [...]
This nation’s working people have no greater friend in Washington than Senator Jeff Sessions. On Wednesday, he spoke on the Senate floor, calling out the architects of the S.744 amnesty bill for claiming increasing labor via increased immigration would actually raise wages for US workers — a complete denial of the economic fact of supply [...]
Here in California, Jerry Brown is poised to march to an unprecedented fourth term in the Governor’s mansion, albeit split by a couple decades. It helps him that immigration-fueled demographic change has made the state entirely run by Democrats. (Pay attention, Republicans who are urged by consultants to go full-tilt amnesty, the fastest route to [...]
We little citizens mostly hear from the liberal pravda media that the recovery is bubbling along nicely, although not quite as robustly as the Administration would prefer. However on Monday the New York Times did note:
The report shows that total employment has finally surpassed its pre-recession level. “The good news is we’re back to zero,” [...]