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Watch–Lou Dobbs: Trump’s Call for More Immigration a ‘Catastrophe’

Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs blasted President Trump’s fourth push in a month to increase legal immigration to benefit multinational corporations at the expense of American workers, calling the policy shift a “tragic reversal” of his “America First” platform and a “catastrophe” for the country’s working class. During a segment on Lou Dobbs Tonight, Dobbs slammed Trump’s comments yesterday when he called for legal immigration to be increased beyond the already 1.2 million legal immigrants that are admitted every year so that businesses could grow their profit margins. “We want…

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George W. Bush Center Slams Trump’s Plan to Boost Jobs for U.S. Graduates

President George W. Bush’s presidential center and other business groups are denouncing a pending regulation by President Donald Trump that would open tens of thousands of U.S. jobs to young American graduates. Trump’s reform will hurt “employers that have benefited … for the last few years,” complained Laura Collins, the director of the economic growth program at the George W. Bush Presidential Center. Trump’s pending regulation reportedly would end the policy of giving bonus work permits to wives of foreign workers who have H-1B visas, and would, therefore, shift jobs and salaries from foreign temporary…

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Stephen Miller: George W. Bush’s Immigration Record ‘Astonishing Betrayal’ of American People

On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” White House senior adviser Stephen Miller described former President George W. Bush’s record on immigration as an “astonishing betrayal.” Miller said, “As you know, when George Bush came into office, illegal immigration total doubled from 6 million to 12 million by the time he left office.” He added, “That represented an astonishing betrayal of the American people. I’m not gonna sit here today and tell you that George Bush defended this country on the southern border because he did not.” Follow Pam Key…

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Trump Base Pushes Richard Grenell for United Nations Ambassadorship

Key figures from President Donald Trump’s base are pushing hard for him to nominate U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell to be the next U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Breitbart News has learned. The opening comes as former Fox News host and State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert suddenly and unexpectedly withdrew herself from consideration after President Trump had previously nominated her to fill the vacant post left behind by Trump’s first appointee in the slot, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley. “I’m a huge fan of Ambassador Grenell,” Corey…

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Illegal Immigration Expected to Hit Highest Level Since George W. Bush

Illegal immigration this year is expected to hit the highest level in a decade, reaching numbers that the United States has not seen since President George W. Bush. In December 2018, the last month for illegal border crossing totals, there were close to 51,000 border crossings at the U.S.-Mexico border, a level that outpaced Princeton Policy researcher Steven Kopits’ monthly projection by about 3.5 percent. The month before, there were nearly 52,000 border crossings. Based on the latest available data, Kopits projects there to be about 606,000  crossings this year…

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Jeb Bush Praises Donald Trump’s Boost for H-1B Outsourcing Program

The GOP establishment’s champion in the 2016 primaries, Jeb Bush, is praising President Donald Trump’s upgrade to the H-1B outsourcing program. “New H-1B rules would result in up to 5,340 more immigrants with a master’s degree or higher getting selected for a visa,” Jeb Bush tweeted February 1. “A good change in policy.” Bush’s endorsement is a problem for Trump, who ran against Bush’s pro-Wall Street policies. In the 2016 campaign, Bush promised to jump-start economic growth for investors by accelerating the inflow of foreign consumers and workers. In contrast, Trump promised to help voters…

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Coulter: Break Ground, Not Promises

Several months into the Trump administration, I started running a daily “Border Wall Construction Update” on Twitter, announcing how many miles of the wall had been completed that day and how many miles since the inauguration. It was always the same numbers: 0 and 0, respectively. I was immediately attacked by people in the Trump base. You’re being unfair, he hasn’t had enough time, there’s a legislative process, he’s doing the best he can.  As days turned to weeks and weeks turned to months and months turned to years, and not…

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MLK Day: Decades Later, Immigration in the Interests of Black America Remains a Dream

Civil rights icon Barbara Jordan warned more than two decades ago of mass legal immigration’s impact on black Americans. To this day, her reforms to aid the black community have remained a dream. In a television ad on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, NumbersUSA — the organization that fights for American workers in the immigration debate — is running an ad featuring Jordan’s famed recommendations to Congress in 1995. “The commission finds no national interest in continuing to import lesser skilled and unskilled workers to compete in the most vulnerable parts of…

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Nolte: ‘The Sopranos’ at 20 — More Relevant Than Ever

On January 10, 1999, a cigar-puffing Tony Soprano drove out of the Lincoln Tunnel, onto the Jersey Turnpike, over the Meadowlands, past a 97 cent(!) gas sign, and through Jersey City before pulling into the driveway of his dull, generic suburban McMansion. In the background Alabama 3’s Woke Up This Morning throbbed on the soundtrack: “Woke up this morning, you got yourself a gun, got yourself a gun, got yourself a gun…” and with the sound of a record scratch, The Sopranos changed television forever. The Sopranos is not the…

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George W. Bush Delivers Passionate, Tearful Eulogy for His Father

Former President George W. Bush eulogized his father, George W. Bush, on Wednesday, just eight months after losing his mother, Barbara Bush. Bush opened the eulogy by thanking everyone in attendance and said, “I once heard it said of man that the idea is to die young as late as possible.” Bush then went on to list some of his father’s life accomplishments. Bush said: At age 85, a favorite pastime of George H.W. Bush was firing up his boat, the Fidelity, and opening up the three-300 horsepower engines to…

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