WH Immigration Plan Would Steer New Migrants into U.S. College Jobs

published 2019-05-08 17:23:27 by Neil Munro The White House’s draft immigration plan includes valuable border security reforms, but it also shifts the migrant inflow from blue-collar jobs towards white-collar college jobs, so sharpening workplace competition for a wide range of American graduates. The bill would neither increase nor reduce total legal immigration, now at roughly … Read moreWH Immigration Plan Would Steer New Migrants into U.S. College Jobs

USINPAC Welcomes Women Business Leaders From India Copy

Washington DC: USINPAC welcomed a high-level delegation of women business leaders from India who are shaping the future of agriculture, biotech, women’s empowerment, arts, handicrafts and other areas of economic development. “These powerful women are providing new outlooks and opportunities that command our attention.  USINPAC is proud to join with them and be a part … Read moreUSINPAC Welcomes Women Business Leaders From India Copy

Virginia Man Convicted of Threatening Employees of the Arab American Institute

William Patrick Syring, 61, of Arlington, Virginia, was convicted today of threatening employees of the Arab American Institute (AAI), because of their race and national origin, threatening AAI employees because of their efforts to encourage Arab Americans to participate in political and civic life in the United States, and transmitting threats to AAI employees in … Read moreVirginia Man Convicted of Threatening Employees of the Arab American Institute

Austin Man Pleads Guilty to Fraudulent Scheme to Solicit Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Contributions to Scam-Pacs

An Austin, Texas, entrepreneur pleaded guilty today for fraudulently soliciting hundreds of thousands of dollars in political contributions through several scam-PACs that he founded and advertised as supporting candidates for the Office of the President of the United States during the 2016 election cycle. Please follow and like us:

Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Farewell Remarks to the Department of Justice

I represent the United States. Those are the opening words spoken by Department of Justice attorneys at every federal trial. Each of us represents the entire United States. More importantly, we represent every one of its citizens. All ideologies and political affiliations. All races and religions. We represent supporters and critics. We represent victims and … Read moreDeputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Farewell Remarks to the Department of Justice

Member of Sophisticated China-Based Hacking Group Indicted for Series of Computer Intrusions, Including 2015 Data Breach of Health Insurer Anthem Inc. Affecting Over 78 Million People

A federal grand jury returned an indictment unsealed today in Indianapolis, Indiana, charging a Chinese national as part of an extremely sophisticated hacking group operating in China and targeting large businesses in the United States, including a computer intrusion and data breach of Indianapolis-based health insurer Anthem Inc. (Anthem). Please follow and like us:

Leader of Nine Trey Gangsters Sentenced to Life in Prison

A Norfolk, Virginia, man was sentenced today to three consecutive life terms plus an additional 40 years in prison for his leadership role in a racketeering conspiracy, multiple murders, multiple attempted murders and various drug and gun crimes, all as part of his leadership of the Nine Trey Gangsters Bloods gang. Please follow and like … Read moreLeader of Nine Trey Gangsters Sentenced to Life in Prison

California Man Charged with Federal Hate Crimes for Poway Synagogue Shooting

The Department of Justice today charged a California man with federal hate crimes, including the murder of one person and the attempted murder of 53 others, for his actions during the April 27 shooting at the Chabad of Poway Synagogue in California. Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband for the Civil Rights Division, U.S. Attorney Robert S. … Read moreCalifornia Man Charged with Federal Hate Crimes for Poway Synagogue Shooting

Department of Justice Files Statement of Interest in Vermont First Amendment Free Exercise Case

The Department of Justice today filed a Statement of Interest in the U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont supporting parents and parochial high school students who claim that the State discriminated against them in violation of the Free Exercise Clause of the U.S. Constitution by barring them from a state program paying tuition … Read moreDepartment of Justice Files Statement of Interest in Vermont First Amendment Free Exercise Case

Justice Department Files Lawsuit Alleging Transperfect Staffing Solutions Discriminated Against Dual U.S. Citizens and Work-Authorized Non-U.S. Citizens

The Department of Justice  announced today that it filed a lawsuit against Chancery Staffing Solutions LLC (Chancery Staffing), a temporary staffing agency headquartered in New York. Chancery Staffing is the successor to TransPerfect Staffing Solutions LLC (TransPerfect Staffing) and continues to do business as both TransPerfect Staffing Solutions and TransPerfect Legal Solutions. The lawsuit alleges … Read moreJustice Department Files Lawsuit Alleging Transperfect Staffing Solutions Discriminated Against Dual U.S. Citizens and Work-Authorized Non-U.S. Citizens

Attorney General William Barr Meets with Minister of Justice of Japan

On Friday, May 3, 2019, Attorney General William Barr met with Japanese Minister of Justice Takashi Yamashita at the Justice Department in Washington, DC. The dialogue focused on the nations’ shared commitment to combatting cybercrime and transnational organized crime. The Attorney General and Minister also discussed other areas of law enforcement cooperation between the two … Read moreAttorney General William Barr Meets with Minister of Justice of Japan

The Department of Justice Files Lawsuit Alleging Disability-Based Discrimination by Owners and Developers of 82 Apartment Complexes in 13 States

The Department of Justice and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Ohio today announced the filing of a lawsuit against Ohio-based Miller-Valentine Operations Inc. and affiliated companies, owners, developers and builders of 82 multifamily housing complexes located in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas and … Read moreThe Department of Justice Files Lawsuit Alleging Disability-Based Discrimination by Owners and Developers of 82 Apartment Complexes in 13 States

North Korean Cargo Vessel Connected to Sanctions Violations Seized by U.S. Government

Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers, U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman for the Southern District of New York, Assistant Director John Brown of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division and Assistant Director William F. Sweeney Jr. of the FBI’s New York Field Office announced today the filing of a civil forfeiture complaint against M/V … Read moreNorth Korean Cargo Vessel Connected to Sanctions Violations Seized by U.S. Government

Aryan Circle Gang Member Pleads Guilty to Violent Crime in Aid of Racketeering

A member of the Aryan Circle (AC) gang pleaded guilty today to committing an assault resulting in serious bodily injury to the victim in aid racketeering announced Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Jeffrey B. Jensen of the Eastern District of Missouri. Please follow and like … Read moreAryan Circle Gang Member Pleads Guilty to Violent Crime in Aid of Racketeering

Deputy Assistant Attorney General Matthew S. Miner Gives Remarks at the 29th Annual National Institute on Health Care Fraud

The ABA’s National Institute on Health Care Fraud is a tremendous forum, bringing together attorneys from government and the private bar, civil and criminal practitioners, and the best subject matter experts on health care fraud detection and prevention, the current opioid epidemic, and health care regulatory compliance. There truly isn’t a better audience for the … Read moreDeputy Assistant Attorney General Matthew S. Miner Gives Remarks at the 29th Annual National Institute on Health Care Fraud

Former Intelligence Analyst Charged with Disclosing Classified Information

An indictment was unsealed today charging a former intelligence analyst with illegally obtaining classified national defense information and disclosing it to a reporter. Daniel Everette Hale, 31, of Nashville, Tennessee, was arrested this morning and will make his initial appearance today at the federal courthouse in Nashville. Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. … Read moreFormer Intelligence Analyst Charged with Disclosing Classified Information

WH Immigration Plan Would Steer New Migrants into U.S. College Jobs

The White House’s draft immigration plan includes valuable border security reforms, but it also shifts the migrant inflow from blue-collar jobs towards white-collar college jobs, so sharpening workplace competition for a wide range of American graduates. The bill would neither increase nor reduce total legal immigration, now at roughly 1.1 million per year. But it … Read moreWH Immigration Plan Would Steer New Migrants into U.S. College Jobs

‘AdWise’ workplace counselling: ‘I am being bullied, please help’

Are you dealing with a tough boss? Are your colleagues being mean to you? Is your workplace culture hindering your growth? Is there anything that’s bothering you at work, which you’re wary of discussing internally? Talk to us. Our panel of experts will assist you in resolving your workplace related matters. Please follow and like … Read more‘AdWise’ workplace counselling: ‘I am being bullied, please help’

“JIHAD AT THE BORDER: How the border crisis facilitates the entry of terrorists.”

Hi Gang: On May 7, 2019 FrontPage published my latest article: JIHAD AT THE BORDER: How the border crisis facilitates the entry of terrorists. Kindly forward this e-mail to your senators and congressional representatives and to as many folks as you can and then ask that those to whom you send this forward it along … Read more“JIHAD AT THE BORDER: How the border crisis facilitates the entry of terrorists.”

An Open Letter to the Business Leaders Who Wrote an Open Letter on the Head Tax

Exactly one year ago, CEOs and business leaders from the Seattle area signed an open letter arguing against a head tax. They said they’d work to solve the city’s housing crisis. How’s that going? See? I can put a pretty picture of Seattle on top of my open letter, too! Dear Seattle tech and business leaders: Exactly one … Read moreAn Open Letter to the Business Leaders Who Wrote an Open Letter on the Head Tax

Press Mention: Trade war threatens to roil 2020 race as Republicans complain about the tariffs Trump loves

Excerpt: Dan DiMicco, a former steel executive and trade adviser to Trump’s 2016 campaign, said the president’s base wants him to maintain a tough position on trade, even if it causes some short-term economic head winds. “He believes that this trade issue is as important as the economy because they’re totally related,” he said. “He’s going … Read morePress Mention: Trade war threatens to roil 2020 race as Republicans complain about the tariffs Trump loves

Grounded Jet’s staffers may land jobs at Taj

Tatas may have passed the opportunity to acquire Jet Airways, but they are not missing out on the chance to acquire the grounded carrier’s talent. The conglomerate’s hospitality unit The Taj Mahal Palace has put out a post on a social media platform welcoming former Jet Airways employees to be a part of its heritage … Read moreGrounded Jet’s staffers may land jobs at Taj

No impact of NSSO survey on GDP numbers: Government

The government categorically said that there was no impact of the finding of the National Sample Survey Office report on the GDP numbers as it mounted a strong defence of the country’s data ecosystem. A newspaper report on Wednesday had said MCA-21 database used for calculating the new GDP series was found to be full … Read moreNo impact of NSSO survey on GDP numbers: Government

Rep. Axne's Rural Entrepreneurs Bill One Step Closer to House Passage

WASHINGTON –  Today, during National Small Business Week, Rep. Axne applauded unanimous committee passage of her bipartisan legislation she introduced to support rural entrepreneurs. The House Financial Services Committee today unanimously voted to advance the Expanding Access to Capital for Rural Job Creators Act to the full House for a vote. The legislation would ensure … Read moreRep. Axne's Rural Entrepreneurs Bill One Step Closer to House Passage

House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Passes 18 Bills Out of Committee

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs held its first full committee markup passing all of the 18 bills on the agenda and continuing its work to deliver clear results for veterans on suicide prevention, homelessness, and finally delivering justice for our Blue Water Navy veterans. Chairman Mark Takano’s opening remarks and … Read moreHouse Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Passes 18 Bills Out of Committee

Rep. Axne Announces Winner of IA03 Congressional Art Competition

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne (IA-03) announced that a charcoal drawing entitled “An Opportunity” was selected to represent Iowa’s Third Congressional District in the 2019 Congressional Art Contest. The drawing was created by Wyatt Bailey, a junior at Bondurant-Farrar High School in Bondurant, Iowa. Congresswoman Axne spoke with Wyatt this morning by phone … Read moreRep. Axne Announces Winner of IA03 Congressional Art Competition

How Many Would Really Come if the Borders Were Open?

There are obviously a range of variables when it comes to guessing the full impact of the hypothetical migration of 158 million adults to the United States. Nonetheless, under different scenarios modeled below, we estimate that anywhere from 386 to 703 million people around the globe (adults plus children) would migrate to the United States … Read moreHow Many Would Really Come if the Borders Were Open?

Why Shut Down the Least Harmful of the Foreign Worker Programs While Expanding the Worst?

While all foreign worker programs hurt American workers, some are more harmful than others. Now it is becoming clear that the Trump administration is threatening to close down the least harmful of these programs, while expanding the most harmful. Before we get into the specifics of what the administration is doing with these programs, let … Read moreWhy Shut Down the Least Harmful of the Foreign Worker Programs While Expanding the Worst?