In 1968, Professor Paul Ehrlich predicted that the 1970s and 1980s would see the mass starvation of the world’s population. His works contributed in no small part to the planting of an idea within the American mind, namely the idea that a growing population is strictly negative. The resulting depopulation that our nation is undergoing is now leading to a host of problems.
In the last few weeks, we’ve explored the positive impact that legal immigration has on our social security crisis, as well as the reality of immigration population throughout history. Now, we’re taking a look at the H1B Visa and the incorrect claim that is an instrument to be used by foreign workers seeking to “steal” American jobs.
There are claims that illegal immigrants are entering the country in droves, finding ways to circumvent welfare policies, and cashing in on public assistance meant for the American people. Not only is that an inaccurate representation of the typical immigrant, but historically speaking, we are not at the high point of our immigrant population.
We’ve already looked at two sets of Democratic candidates and where they stand on the issues on August 6th and August 12. This week, we’re wrapping up with the last five candidates: Julian Castro, Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, Pete Buttigieg, and Tim Ryan. We’ll take a brief look at where all the candidates stand, regardless of whether or not they were already approved for the September 12th and 13th debates.
Last week, we looked at our first round of Democratic candidates and where they stand on the issues. This week, we’re continuing with four more. We’ll take a brief look at where all the candidates stand, regardless of whether or not they were already approved for the September 12th and 13th debates.
Immigration policies have come and gone, but none have effectively managed to curb illegal immigration. Nor have they effectively utilized the economic benefits that come with a sensible approach to legal immigration. The newest bill on the horizon, the Workforce Visa Act, may just be the solution we’ve been waiting for.
There are few things more synonymous with the American spirit than blue jeans. They can be found on everyone from high fashion models to construction workers. More than 450 million pairs are sold every year in the United States alone. But where did this ubiquitous symbol of Americana get its start? It all began in a small village in Germany, with a man named Levi Strauss.
Last week, we looked at some poignant data gathered on our behalf by noted pollster Frank Luntz. Notable findings include 70% of those polled stating that they want immigration changes to establish a permanent employment program for those who seek to come to America legally to work. In this followup, we look at public opinion on specific policy proposals.