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Importing Cheap Labor Eliminates American IT Jobs

The debate was focused on whether or not to protect undocumented aliens in the United States because they do "jobs Americans won't do" – for example agriculture, food processing, and unskilled construction. But no attention has been paid to protecting jobs Americans are doing from documented alien labor. Despite the loss of +/- 200,000 US technology jobs, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) proceeded to awarded 85,000 "temporary high skilled knowledge worker visas (H1-B) last year

Banking for 21st Century American Infrastructure

USA's economy hangs on a strong infrastructure. Infrastructure drives productivity. But USA's infrastructure is crumbling around us. Why? Repairing and modernizing costs money. Where can Congress find the money without increasing the National Debt? Charter an Infrastructure Bank --