Recession Already in Place, Watch Out – John Williams

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) You might be wondering why the Trump Administration is calling for rate cuts and money printing with all the good news about the economy. Economist John Williams of ShadowStats.com knows why and contends, “We have a recession in place. It’s just a matter of playing out in some … Read moreRecession Already in Place, Watch Out – John Williams

Longshore Caucus delegates meet in SF

Coast Committee: The members of the Coast Committee were among the 86 delegates for the Longshore Division Caucus which met April 8-12 In San Francisco. Delegates tackled tough issues facing the Division including automation, jurisdiction, and safety. In the top photo (L-R) are ILWU International President Willie Adams and ILWU International Vice President (Mainland) Bobby … Read moreLongshore Caucus delegates meet in SF

Nationwide Driver Strike & a Freeze on Driver Hires in NYC

In this week’s round up, senior RSG contributor John Ince discusses the upcoming strikes scheduled for May 8, Uber and Lyft’s IPO troubles, and the driver hiring freeze in New York City. Uber and Lyft drivers plan 24-hour strike to protest pay [CBS News] Sum and Substance: Although Uber’s planned initial public offering next month … Read moreNationwide Driver Strike & a Freeze on Driver Hires in NYC

John Miano and Kevin Lynn Discuss Latest H-4 EAD Developments

I received several calls this week about a meeting at the Office of Management and Budget regarding the effort to rescind H-4 EAD and thought it would be a good idea to do a podcast with attorney, author, and tech worker John Miano. John gives his insight as well as an update on his lawsuit. … Read moreJohn Miano and Kevin Lynn Discuss Latest H-4 EAD Developments

US lawmakers urge Trump administration to not end India’s trade privileges

Twenty-four US members of Congress wrote to US trade representative Robert Lighthizer, urging him not to end a vital trade concession for India, a day before the Trump administration is likely to announce a decision on it. A move to scrap the trade privilege comes as Donald Trump has vowed to cut the US trade … Read moreUS lawmakers urge Trump administration to not end India’s trade privileges

Why is the Foreign Born Civilian Labor Force growing and not the Native Born?

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Starting in 2007 our Civilian Labor Force was broken down into foreign born and native born.

In order to compare them accurately on a chart, I had to divide the native born portion by 6 so that they were in the same quantity range.

So many American are saying that they can’t get hired.

Are you seeing what I’m seeing?

Do you think this is right for the future of our country that we force our own citizens out of work?

Think about it this way.

Our citizens are still having babies and starting families.

That means that if they were finding jobs to provide for their families, that the native born line would be growing as well, doesn’t it?

My spreadsheet is attached if you want to run the numbers yourself.

The data came from FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data)

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WATCH: Akshay’s old video calling ‘Toronto is my home’ going viral

Mumbai, May 4 (IANS) A day after Akshay Kumar issued a statement regarding the controversy over his citizenship, an old video of the Bollywood actor went viral on social media where he is calling Toronto as his home. The “Khiladi” star, who was roped in as the brand ambassador for Canadian tourism in India in 2010, … Read moreWATCH: Akshay’s old video calling ‘Toronto is my home’ going viral

India’s ‘zero casualty’ policy, pinpoint warnings minimized Fani deaths

United Nations, May 4 (IANS) The Indian government’s “zero casualty” policy for cyclones and the pinpoint accuracy of the India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) early warning system have helped reduce the possibility of deaths from cyclone Fani, according to the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (ODRR). “They seem to have done a very good job in … Read moreIndia’s ‘zero casualty’ policy, pinpoint warnings minimized Fani deaths

UK Prisoners Given Tents and Methadone on Release

More than 100,000 UK prisoners were put on the streets to fend for themselves between 2015-18. Since 2016, there have been repeated UK media reports of people leaving prison being given tents and sleeping bags for their first nights out of … Continue reading → The post UK Prisoners Given Tents and Methadone on Release appeared … Read moreUK Prisoners Given Tents and Methadone on Release

Changes coming to U.S. immigrant investor program

Investors seeking a visa through the EB-5 program will face new restrictions anadians who enter the U.S. as visitors are typically allowed to stay for up to 180 days (six months) per year. Those who have purchased vacation homes in warmer states like Florida or Arizona are often curious about their options for spending more … Read moreChanges coming to U.S. immigrant investor program

Nationwide EB-5 Investment Falling, But Foreign Investor Program Still Financing Several New D.C. Projects

At least seven new D.C. developments are currently moving forward with funding through the EB-5 program, even as visa backlogs and political uncertainty have decreased the overall flow of money coming into the U.S. from foreign investors seeking residence in exchange for investing in construction projects. Foulger-Pratt broke ground last week on Press House at Union District, a $200M project that … Read moreNationwide EB-5 Investment Falling, But Foreign Investor Program Still Financing Several New D.C. Projects

Buffett backs Amazon as Berkshire buys stake

Warren Buffett has said that he underestimated Amazon.com’s Jeff Bezos. Now one of Buffett’s deputies is willing to put money behind the tech giant. Berkshire Hathaway has been buying Amazon shares and the purchases will show up in a regulatory filing later this month, Buffett told CNBC in an interview on Thursday. Please follow and … Read moreBuffett backs Amazon as Berkshire buys stake