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Data: Working Class American Men Struggle to Re-Enter Workforce

Working class American men have struggled to increase their labor participation rate to workforce levels before the Great Recession of 2007, new data finds. Working-age native-born American men between 18 and 65-years-old with no bachelor’s degree have fared far worse than their foreign-born counterparts in terms of economic recovery and re-entering the workforce, data from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) reveals. Nearly seven percent of working-age native-born American men with working class backgrounds who were in the workforce in 2000 were not in the workforce in 2018. In 2000,…

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Exclusive–Alan Tonelson: ‘Completely Unapologetic’ Globalists Who Oversaw Great Recession Are ‘Fueling Populism’

Economist Alan Tonelson, founder of the economics and public policy blog RealityChek, says the political and economic establishment that oversaw the Great Recession is “fueling populism” by being “completely unapologetic” about the failures of their globalist ideology. In an exclusive interview with SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Tonight, Tonelson reflected on a lengthy Washington Post essay by the Brookings Institute’s Robert Kagan that decries the rise of populist-nationalist movements like President Trump’s election, France’s Marine Le Pen, Hungary’s Viktor Orbán, and Brexit in the United Kingdom. LISTEN: Tonelson said the same economic and political…

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Harvard/Harris Poll: 3-in-4 Voters Favor ‘America First’ Immigration, Trade, War Platform from Candidates

About 3-in-4 American voters favor a populist-nationalist “America First” legal immigration, trade, and foreign policy platform from candidates running for office that prioritizes protecting the way of life and economic security of United States citizens above all else. The latest Harvard/Harris Poll finds near unanimous support for populist-nationalist candidates among Republicans, conservatives, and President Trump supporters, as well as a majority of support from all voters. The findings are the latest evidence that the open borders, globalization, and endless wars ideology of former administrations — such as President George W. Bush’s — has very…

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