Thanks to the inherently robust nature of our economy, there are currently signs of more job creation. It’s good news indeed for many. However, there is still massive unemployment and underemployment.
So right on time from the insulated halls of Congress come calls for immigration “reform.” “Reform” translated for the uninformed means a massive influx of those with no interest in learning English who will work for much less than native born, swamp an already overstressed medical care system and be fast-tracked to citizenship so they can vote overwhelming for Democrats.
In the midst of all this, t ... continue reading »