A Colorado resident pleaded guilty today in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado to conspiracy to defraud the United States, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and money laundering, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Department’s Tax Division. Please follow and like us:
A Raleigh, North Carolina, man was sentenced today to 30 months in prison for failing to report and pay employment taxes, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and U.S. Attorney Robert J. Higdon Jr., for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Please follow and like us:
Five former officers and employees of an Indiana loan packaging and servicing company were charged for their alleged roles in a 13-year-long conspiracy to defraud the Small Business Administration (SBA) in connection with its programs to guarantee loans made to small businesses. Please follow and like us:
PITTSBURGH – A resident of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, has been sentenced in federal court to one year of probation on his conviction of conspiracy to defraud the United Please follow and like us:
A Florida man pleaded guilty today to one count of wire fraud in connection with his scheme to steal monthly pension payments from victims enrolled in pension plans managed by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC). Please follow and like us:
A North Carolina member of the Nine Trey Gangsters set of the United Blood Nation (UBN or Bloods) street gang, who was convicted of Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) conspiracy, was sentenced yesterday to more than 17 years in prison. 74 defendants have now either pleaded guilty or been convicted at trial from this … Read moreNorth Carolina Bloods Gang Member Sentenced to Prison for Racketeering Conspiracy
Cory Newland, 35, and Joshua Titus, 30, officers with the Elkhart, Indiana, Police Department, were indicted yesterday by a federal grand jury in Hammond for using excessive force against an arrestee. Please follow and like us:
A review board in Virginia has begun the process of shutting down a suspected “visa-mill” college that placed thousands of low-wage foreign graduates into Americans’ white-collar jobs. Colleges are allowed to get work permits to an unlimited number of fee-paying foreign students and graduates via the federal Optional Practical Training (OPT) program. This huge but … Read more‘Visa Mill’ May Close After Getting Work Permits for Foreign Grads
As of January 2017, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development estimated just over half a million people were experiencing homelessness in the United States. With so many relying on shelters for help, available resources are stretched extremely thin. … Continue reading → The post 10 Product Donations Homeless Shelters Need appeared first on … Read more10 Product Donations Homeless Shelters Need
Throughout the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament that began today, productivity across America is supposed to swoon, as fans in droves periodically shunt aside work to see how their picks in office betting pools are faring. According to the federal government, however, it’s possible that the March Madness effect last year wasn’t major. For the … Read more(What’s Left of) Our Economy: U.S. Productivity Growth Improves, but Remains Historically Weak
(SGS Subscription required) • March 20th Federal Open Market Committee Held Interest Rates in Check, Indicating No Rate Hikes in 2019, in Line with Market Expectations • The Fed Slowed its Pace of Projected Balance Sheet Liquidation • The FOMC Lowered Its U.S. Economic Projections for 2019 and 2020, Albeit Still With Purportedly Healthy Growth … Read moreBullet Edition No. 4
Lets make it easy to understand by using round numbers.
Assume we have 1 million jobs in America and we have 1 million working age (not students, disabled, or retired) American citizens.
Now lets send 100,000 jobs to china and india.
This means that we now have 900,000 jobs available in America and in addition to our students, disabled, and retired citizens we now have 100,000 unemployed citizens.
Now lets import 100,000 people using non-immigrant guest worker visas.
We now have 1 million working, and we have 100,000 unemployed American citizens in addition to our students, disabled, and retired citizens.
Now lets import 100,000 more from China and India.
We now have 1 million working and we have 200,000 unemployed American citizens in addition to our students, disabled, and retired citizens.
Bottom line, you cannot create jobs by decreasing jobs.
America is a country made up of American citizens.
We lose when we force our own citizens out of the job market because we are not creating enough jobs because we are sending them to other countries which decreases the jobs available in America and because we are importing non-immigrant guest workers and students which also decreases the amount of jobs available for American citizens in America.
For years, these students have been the backbone of U.S. leadership in STEM fields, including in the research and development of AI. They pursue STEM degrees at unusually high rates and help universities maintain their academic programs’ size and quality. In fact, without international students, many universities wouldn’t have financially viablegraduate programs in crucial fields related to AI. This includes programs such as computer science and statistics, where, in 2015, international students made up 79 percent and 69 percent of full-time enrollment, respectively. Even at the best schools, international enrollment far surpasses domestic interest. At Carnegie Mellon University, which has the nation’s highest ranked AI program, 78 percent of graduate computer science students were international.
NRI Pulse Staff Report Atlanta, GA, March 21, 2019: Mehboob Mansurali Charania, 40, a citizen of India residing in Tucker, Georgia, pled guilty recently to serving as an unlicensed money transmitting business for payments induced by several types of telemarketing fraud schemes, including technical-support fraud. According to the charges, Charania received payments from victims via … Read moreAtlanta based Indian pleads guilty to involvement in technical-support scam
Accepting the arguments made by the aliens and their attorneys at the original trial and appellate levels inevitably leads to preposterous results. Happily, the Supreme Court has intervened to instill a modicum of common sense into the interpretation of the law. Patrick McHugh March 21, 2019 – 1:51pm Dan Cadman Please follow and like us:
Perhaps Madeline Zavodny should talk to American Tech Workers like myself who have been forced out of the tech industry?
The administration’s regulatory agenda also includes planes to eliminate or restrict international students’ ability to work after graduation on Optional Practical Training (OPT) in a science, technology, engineering or math field. This despite the fact that a recent National Foundation for American Policy study, conducted by economist Madeline Zavodny, concluded that there’s “no evidence that foreign students participating in the OPT program reduce job opportunities for U.S. workers….The OPT program is an important way for the U.S. to attract and retain foreign talent.”
In addition, USCIS has implausibly decided that IT services are not important to the country or the competitiveness of its companies. The agency has established far tougher adjudication standards for IT services companies, resulting in denials of 34 to 80 percent of H-1B petitions for new (initial) employment for several well-known companies that perform technical work for American businesses. Peter Bendor-Samuel, founder and CEO of Everest Group, says, “Almost every major U.S. firm is building some form of digital platform so it can enhance its competitive position….The current skill shortages are going to grow as the demand for digital and IT skills explodes. If this administration wanted to harm U.S. competitiveness, then restricting access to this vital labor would be an excellent approach.”
Why is it that NBC News will not let the voices of Americans displaced by non-immigrant guest workers be heard?
But the reality of life on a spousal visa turned out to be very different. Damani soon found that there were few employers willing to sponsor her for the proper work authorization. As she continued to fruitlessly look for work, she found herself struggling with depression and feelings of social isolation.
Even if federal judges disagree with that decision, they should follow Chief Justice Roberts’ wise counsel, and not interpose themselves in issues in which they possess “neither expertise nor prerogative.” Patrick McHugh March 21, 2019 – 12:16pm Another blow to the Ninth Circuit Andrew R. Arthur Please follow and like us:
Virginia’s higher education regulators, very quietly, took another step this week in the ongoing process that may well lead to revoking the license of Virginia International University (VIU), of Fairfax, Va., the Gulen cult-linked institution that is all too tolerant of plagiarism, according to a State Council on Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) staff report … Read moreVirginia Regulators Take Another Step Toward Ending VIU’s License
The move will have a major impact on Indian women as they are a major beneficiary of the Obama-era rule.
“Rescinding the H-4 rule will result in significant personal hardship to women who will be forced to abandon their professional careers,” the two senators wrote in their letter.
“Preventing women from engaging in employment can lead to isolation, depression, anxiety, feelings of guilt, and a loss of self-worth. Revoking a wife’s ability to work leaves her and her children entirely dependent on her spouse. Increased isolation — coupled with complete financial dependence — can make leaving an abusive relationship dangerous and, in some cases, impossible,” they wrote.
Asserting that independence and equal opportunity are fundamental American values, they said an action to deprive spousal H-4 visa holders the ability to continue to pursue their professional careers is antithetical to principles this country is built on.
“We urge you to consider the economic, psychological, and personal harms that rescinding the H-4 rule will cause to more than 100,000 professional women, their families, and their American communities,” they said.
Ten’s of thousands of American workers have seen their futures destroyed much worse than what they describe here, but you have never heard them speaking out for Americans in America who have endured these same economic, psychological, and personal harms.
Hmm. Trump is half right. We do have the strongest economy in the world. But native-born Americans are not the beneficiaries—not in February anyway.
The Household Survey is our sole source of job data by immigration status of workers. The February survey found 255,000 jobs were created, 12.8-times the anemic job growth reported in the Payroll Survey. Our analysis of the February survey finds that immigrants gained jobs bigtime, while Native-born Americans lost them.
Immigrant employment rose by 269,000—up 1.0%
Native-Born American employment fell 14,000—down by 0.01%
The immigrant employment index, set at 100.0 in January 2009, rose to 129.1 from 127.9 in January.
The Native-Born American employment index fell to 107.0 from 107.4 in January.
The New VDARE American Worker Displacement Index (NVDAWDI), our name for the ratio of immigrant to native-born employment growth indexes, rose to 120.7 in December – the second highest displacement level of the 122 months since January 2009. The all-time displacement high, 123.0, was set in April 2018 – an anomalous reading, we believe. (See the spike in the NEW VDAWDI graphic below.)
Native-born American workers lost ground to their foreign-born competitors throughout the Obama years;
this trend accelerated significantly in the months leading up to the 2016 election. More than half way through his first term, President Trump is still very far from breaking this trend:
Thu, Mar 21st 2019 @ 10:03 am EDT by Chris Chmielenski While dozens of Members of Congress continue to refer to border apprehension statistics from 2017, the crisis along the Southern border continues to intensify. The number of illegal border crossers apprehended last month exceeded any month over the last 6 years, and the number … Read moreThe Worsening Border Crisis
Perhaps the union should be working in favor of the American IT workers that were displaced because of what this guy did? Following the 2015 suspensions, this news organization revealed that Wright State sponsored 19 foreign workers who came to the U.S. to work at an area information technology staffing company that paid the workers … Read moreI think it’s ironic that the union would be working to return to the university one of the principle architects that cost the university millions