Restricting Access to H-2B Visa Workers Increased Wages & Improved Working Conditions in Bar Harbor, Maine Open-borders advocates often claim that government initiatives, like the H-2B visa program that allows American firms to hire temporary . . .
New Bill Will Allocate $1.6 Billion to Fund the Border Wall As reported by the Hill: the House Appropriations Committee released a bill allocating $1.6 billion for construction of President Trump’s wall along the US . . .
How Legal Immigration Both Supports & Undermines America’s Healthcare System My colleagues and I have written ad nauseam about the problems associated with illegal immigration: it’s bad for America’s economy, it causes social alienation, and, . . .
US Trade Deficit Shrunk in May, but Grew Year-to-Date Although President Trump campaigned on shrinking America’s trade deficit, and continues to talk the talk, he has yet to walk the walk. In fact, his administration . . .
Can You Buy a Canadian Citizenship? Yes—Well, Almost There was a myth circulating in the deeper reaches of the internet that one could buy a Canadian citizenship from the Province of Quebec, assuming you were . . .
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Trump-Bashing Trip to Germany Deemed Acceptable “City Purpose”—Taxpayers on Hook On June 10 New York City’s Conflicts of Interest Board deemed that NYC’s taxpayers would be on the hook for . . .
Without Government Subsidies, Tesla Sales In Hong Kong Fall To Zero If you need proof that government subsidies are the only thing propping up the green energy industry, look no further than Hong Kong. As . . .
Los Angeles School Board Gets 174% Raise; Schools Still Among Worst In The Country According to the LA Times, an “obscure city commission” just approved members of the Los Angeles Board of Education a whopping . . .
548 Veterans Affairs Employees Have Been Fired by President Trump’s Administration to Date It looks like President Trump is keeping yet another campaign promise. The Trump administration has taken swift action and terminated 548 employees . . .