US Manufacturing Unemployment Drops to 2.6 Percent in December 2017—Lowest on Record According to data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate in America’s manufacturing sector dropped to 2.6 percent as of . . .
Every Two Immigrants to the US Bring Seven Additional Foreign Relatives Via Chain Migration According to data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) every two immigrants to America bring an average of seven family . . .
Trump Administration Auctions Off Millions of Acres in Alaska for Oil Exploration Dec 6, 2017: The US Bureau of Land Management is auctioning off 10 million acres of oil and gas exploration leases in Alaska . . .
Tax Compliance Cost America $409 Billion in 2016 (2.2 Percent of GDP) According to a report from the Tax Foundation, Americans spent $409 billion (2.2 percent of GDP) on tax compliance in 2016. This works . . .
Texas Paid $5.5 Million in Medicaid Payments to Dead People Texas’ Health and Human Services Commission paid out $5,521,704 in Medicaid payments to dead people between 2013 and 2015. This is according to a 2017 . . .
Poll: Americans Against Affirmative Action for College Admissions—Have Been for Decades In light of the current debate over affirmative action on college campuses, it’s worth looking at what ordinary Americans actually think. Polling data from . . .
Supreme Court Finds Trump’s Travel Ban Constitutional, Can be Enforced in Full The Associated Press reports that the US Supreme Court will allow the Trump administration to fully enforce its travel ban on the six . . .
55 Percent of Europeans Want Moratorium on Islamic Immigration In light of the recent spat between the UK’s Prime Minister Theresa May and US President Donald Trump, it is worth remembering that most Britons actually . . .
Amnesty for 700,000 DACA Recipients Would Bring 2 Million Additional Immigrants Via Chain Migration DACA amnesty would bring an estimated 2 million additional immigrants into America—on top of the 700,000 DACA amnesty recipients— according to . . .
Macron: “If you are not in danger, you should go back to your country” French President Emmanuel Macron has been surprisingly critical of his nation’s migration issues—and is not afraid to speak his mind on . . .