“Today’s conviction is the result of a coordinated effort between the Department of Justice and our law enforcement partners to root out collusion and fraud that undermined the competitive process and defrauded hospitals, schools, and other victims out of millions of dollars,” said Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim of the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division. … Read moreInsulation Contractor Branch Manager Pleads Guilty To Bid Rigging and Fraud
Today, the Department of Justice’s National Institute of Justice (NIJ), in accordance with the First Step Act, has announced the selection of the nonprofit and nonpartisan Hudson Institute to host the Independent Review Committee. The Committee, whose members will be appointed by the Hudson Institute in accordance with the Act’s requirements, will assist the Department … Read moreDepartment of Justice Announces First Step Act Implementation Progress
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The moves initiated through the tax return forms come after the revenue department got down to clearing the clutter on the issue that had been bothering several investors in startups. With investors getting notices from tax authorities for acquiring shares at a hefty premium in companies, the finance ministry as well as the department for … Read moreNew tax returns: Angel investors get further relief
Although the Democratic Party often seems to have gone identity politics-crazy, even many in its identity-obsessed progressive wing believe that President Trump won’t be defeated in the 2020 Presidential election unless the party improves its performance with non-college educated white voters, many of whom work in so-called blue collar industries like manufacturing and fossil fuel … Read moreIm-Politic: Why His Adversaries Could be Underestimating Trump Again
Last month, Anna Gorman and Kaiser Health News published an article in The Atlantic highlighting the rise of infectious disease among California’s homeless population. Typhus, Hepatitis A, Trench Fever, and Shigellosis are all preventable diseases. They have mostly been eradicated … Continue reading → The post California Facing Unprecedented Public Health Crisis as a Result … Read moreCalifornia Facing Unprecedented Public Health Crisis as a Result of Inadequate Response to Homelessness
You would think that if our skills were needed as much as our employers say they can’t find people, that this would never happen.
Makes you think, doesn’t it?
In the following video I show how there are 23,327,000 displaced American workers forced out of the civilian labor pool
If you talk to the experts, you will find that their best guess of non-immigrant guest workers is about a million and a half which I don’t think includes visa types other than H-1B.
The difference between our Foreign Born employed workers and our Displaced American workers is: 4,448,000
My belief is that if we were to include the number of students working as interns on a OPT visa and the other non-immigrant guest worker types that we will be very close to that figure.
If you have a more accurate number, I want to hear about it.
New Delhi, April 7 (IANS) From Kunal Nayyar to Lilly Singh and Mindy Kaling, many actors of Indian origin are creating waves on American television shows. Here are some of them: Punam Patel Padma Lakshmi Sendhil Ramamurthy Mindy Kaling Lilly Singh Kunal Nayyar Kal Penn Hasan Minhaj Aziz Ansari * Kunal Nayyar: He rose to fame … Read moreIndian-origin actors creating waves on American shows
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday he will travel to El Salvador this month to discuss the poverty and violence that’s causing waves of migrants to seek asylum in the United States. (Associated Press) California Gov. Gavin Newsom will head to El Salvador this month to meet with lawmakers to get to the root cause of why … Read moreCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom plans Central America trip to examine ‘root causes of migration’
published 2019-04-07 06:31:26 by Louis Casiano California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday he will travel to El Salvador this month to discuss the poverty and violence that’s causing waves of migrants to seek asylum in the United States. (Associated Press) California Gov. Gavin Newsom will head to El Salvador this month to meet with lawmakers to get … Read moreCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom plans Central America trip to examine ‘root causes of migration’