Only if you haven’t been unemployed for some time

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Amazing what happens when you don’t count the long term unemployed and just sweep them under the carpet, isn’t it?

Me, I couldn’t sleep at night if I did it.

But hey, if you want to read the Tokyo Rose Propaganda, you can do so by clicking on the following link:

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How have computer and mathematical jobs done from 1999 to 2014?

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The data came from this location – Look for 15-0000

How did we do year over year?

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By now you’ve seen our corporations shopping lists and you are aware that the majority of Americans they want to displace from the workforce are for these computer jobs.

If not, I will post it here.

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So tell me, when we are only creating around 100,000 jobs per year in our computer and mathematical occupations and we are issuing on avg about 135,000 temporary worker on temporary visas, where will you as an American Citizen find work in this field?


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When will the United States Department of Labor – Wage and Hour Division ( WHD ) stand up for American citizens?

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I’m so sick of this crap.

Folks, Americans can compete with anybody given the opportunity.

Problem is, we are not being given the opportunity as you can tell by these two charts and a government that shows companies how to use the prevailing wages to force Americans out of the workforce in America.

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This chart shows the Foreign Born portion of the Table A-7 data.

Any blue lines above the red lines means that they have seen an increase since 2007.

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This chart shows the American Born portion of the Table A-7 data.

Any blue lines above the red lines means that they have seen an increase since 2007.

Do you believe that Americans are being allowed to compete for jobs in America?

Going to have to give the Wage and Hour Division the ole Gomer Pyle

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A garden in every backyard

Before I was displaced from the Workforce, I never used to think about things like this simply because I was working in the top 10% of jobs in America and the future was bright.

Sure I read mother earth news, but I think that was because I grew up on several thousand acres and I missed the country.

Now that I’ve been displaced (no job for five years now), I’ve been looking at things like aquaponics as a means of putting food on the table and generating income (need my land back).

For those going through what I am going through, here is a interesting video that you could do in your back yard if you still have a back yard that I thought I would share with you.



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Looks like Donald Trump is right about this happening

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Another Life Needlessly Lost to Unacceptable Immigration Policies 

At least 121 murders committed since 2010 by alien criminals after being released by the administration

By Dan Cadman, July 6, 2015
By all accounts Kate Steinle was a vivacious young woman with a bright future ahead of her — until she met her death at the hands of an illegal alien while strolling on a San Francisco pier with her father, who witnessed the fatal shooting. The alien was quickly apprehended by police and identified as Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, a citizen of Mexico with seven felony convictions and five prior deportations from the United States.

According to media outlets, Lopez-Sanchez was arrested by federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents who discovered that there was an outstanding warrant for a drug violation and did the right thing: They turned him over to the police for prosecution and filed a detainer requesting that they get him back at the conclusion of the charges. That’s where things went seriously wrong.

What did the district attorney’s office do? They promptly declined to prosecute and the warrant was dismissed. (I would bet good money that, whether they admit it or not, the reason they wanted to drop the charges is because they figured the subject could just be dumped back on the federal government saving them time and headaches while compounding someone else’s.)

Meanwhile, Lopez-Sanchez had been booked into the San Francisco County Jail. What did they do? Refuse to honor the detainer filed by the agents who had given them the subject to prosecute in the first place, simply releasing him instead to the street, where he wandered around until he shot Ms. Steinle to death.

Since the murder, San Francisco officials have been busy trying to point the finger at others for their shocking and cavalier attitude toward public safety. They are desperate to shift attention away from the fact that they are a sanctuary city that routinely releases alien criminals to the streets, asserting that they had no “legal basis” to hold him. This is because they have passed ordinances and policies (as has the state of California) making it near impossible to undertake any kind of meaningful immigration enforcement in the absence of state or local cooperation. But these officials act like those sanctuary laws and policies are immutable, which of course overlooks the fact that all laws and policies are man’s creations — in this case, their creations. Reasonable individuals change those laws and policies when confronted with evidence that they are flawed or downright foolish.

Hiding behind the laws and policies by using phrases like “no legal basis” is the refuge of scoundrels willing to go to any length to avoid moral or legal responsibility for life lost and damage done. It is even more scandalous when one considers that San Francisco has the audacity to request grant money from the federal government for incarcerating alien criminals it then obstructs federal agents from taking custody of. The grant money, more than $167,000 in 2014 alone, comes courtesy of the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) administered by the federal Justice Department. (California received more than $41.6 million in 2014 even though it passed into law the “TRUST Act”, which, as of January of that year, imposed restrictions on cooperation with ICE, or honoring of immigration detainers.)

Now lest San Francisco city and county officials take all of the blame, let us recognize also that the Obama administration is complicit in things having reached this sorry state. They have never once sued or taken other measures against sanctuary states or cities, although they have consistently used their heavy hand to fight states and localities that want to aid in enforcing the immigration laws. Nor have they ever denied San Francisco or any other sanctuary city, county, or state SCAAP funding.

In fact, in February 2014, one of the pliable mandarins among ICE’s current senior leadership went so far as to undermine the efficacy of ICE detainers by issuing a public statement asserting that they were voluntary, and required no cooperation or compliance. This was followed by a policy memorandum by Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson in November 2014 (one of the infamous presidential “executive action” memoranda) that eviscerated the use of detainers.

As for Lopez-Sanchez himself, he confessed in a rambling statement, in which he said he’d been hanging around trying to scrounge jobs in a restaurant, landscaping, roofing, maybe construction; all occupations known to be top-heavy with illegal aliens working with phony papers. Think there’s no linkage between “ordinary” illegal immigration, jobs, and crime? Consider this suspect’s statement.

And he is not the only illegal alien who has committed murder as the result of policies gone awry. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) has documented at least 121 instances of murder committed by alien criminals after being released by the administration since 2010. It is a wonder there has been no public hue and cry over this. If they had all happened at once — say, for instance, as the result of a foreign terrorist attack — citizens would be demanding that heads roll. But because they have come about one-by-one, in a slow, bloody trickle, the White House has gotten away with its dismantling of important immigration enforcement programs designed to keep the public safe and the danger to innocents has been compounded by out-of-control state and local sanctuary policies no one in the federal government has the will to curb.

Looking at the video of Lopez-Sanchez being interviewed, I’m reminded of Hannah Arendt’s dictum about the banality of evil. And because he was banal to surface appearances — your illegal alien “everyman” — nobody in a position to do so took him seriously until it was too late. No, I see no one occupying the high moral ground when one analyzes the circumstances surrounding this young woman’s needless murder.

So where do we go from here? Congress has the opportunity to act. Both the House and Senate have good, credible immigration enforcement bills before them that could be advanced. In each house, they are called the Davis-Oliver Act. Both bills restore integrity to the use of detainers and impose significant sanctions against the sanctuary policies of state and local governments, among many other favorable features.

If reconciled and approved in both houses, the final bill would probably require a final vote of approval by a super majority to overcome the likely presidential veto. But what better way for a Republican Congress to draw a bright line distinction between its concern for public safety and that of a vacillating White House that never acknowledges the adverse effects of its misguided immigration policies?

Contact: Marguerite Telford


The Center for Immigration Studies is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit research organization founded in 1985. It is the nation’s only think tank devoted exclusively to research and policy analysis of the economic, social, demographic, fiscal, and other impacts of immigration on the United States.


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Secretary Tom Perez – My Brothers Keeper cannot work unless you do two things:

Ask any successful person how they made it. If they’re being honest they’ll tell you that, in addition to hard work and perseverance, they got a lot of help from a lot of people. None of us climbs very high unless those who came before us reinforce the ladder on the way up.

Couldn’t agree with this more.

I’ve worked hard my whole life. But I wouldn’t be Secretary of Labor without support from various mentors, bosses and friends over the years. Especially as a kid who lost his father when he was 12, I relied on the guidance and so many other adults in our community.

I believe deeply in paying that forward, making sure others benefit from whatever knowledge and wisdom I’ve acquired. It’s the foundation for the concept of being “my brother’s keeper”.

President Obama believes in this too. And through hisMy Brother’s Keeper initiative, we are putting those principles into practice on a grand scale, making sure young men of color get the support they need to succeed. Far too many of them are running out of hope, caught in a cycle of poverty, crime and incarceration. They’re not running into closed doors — they don’t see any doors at all.

You do realize a lot of white folks do not see any doors at all?

I can’t even get hired as a Food Service Worker at the local VA hospital even though the Dept of Labor and the Veterans Administration both promised me “Employment Assistance” if I would graduate the VRAP program, which I did.

To me, Employment Assistance means opening those doors that are closed, for all Americans regardless of race.

But there is a big issue that you are ignoring and it is why “My Brothers Keeper” cannot succeed just as the VRAP program did not succeed in my case.

  • Sending jobs to other countries decreases the jobs available in America for Americans.
  • Importing temporary workers on temporary visas to displace Americans decreases the jobs available in America for Americans.

Case in point, lets look at all jobs since 1939.

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Notice how we have created very few jobs since the high point we hit in 2007?

For those that don’t know how to read that chart, the red lines draw a line across the chart and they are set at the high point that we hit in 2007.

The blue lines that go above the red lines show all job gains that we have had, if any.

As you can see, even though we had a good increase and rising creation of jobs from 1939 till 2000, we have been virtually flat since 2000 and we have created only a few million jobs since that high point in 2007 even though our population has continued to grow at a steady pace.

This is why we need to bring our jobs home, and there is a very simple way to do so IF you realize that the market of the World is America and all that is necessary to bring those jobs home is to tell our corporations that they cannot sell their products here in America to Americans if they manufacture those products offshore and import them to America.

But what of the temporary workers on temporary visas?

Perhaps a shopping list by our corporations and other countries corporations will help you realize which Americans they want to force out of the workforce by importing temporary workers on temporary visas to do just that.

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So tell me Mr. President and Mr. Labor Secretary.

How are you going to be your brothers keeper regardless of race when you have not dealt with these two problems?


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