Here’s a great stat on job creation that Obama minions don’t want you to know.
Immigrants are coming into the country at a rate of 2:1 for every new job created.
More mouths to feed, less means with which to do it, thanks in part to the loosening immigration policies under the 1965 Hart-Cellar Act.
Soon visiting South America won’t require a travel agent.
According to The Center for Immigration Studies,
Government data collected in December 2014 show 18 million immigrants (legal and illegal) living in the United States who arrived in January 2000 or later. But only 9.3 million jobs were added over this time period. In addition, the native-born population 16 and older grew by 25.2 million. Because job growth has not come close to matching immigration and population growth, the share of Americans in the labor force has declined dramatically — a clear indication there is no labor shortage. Despite this, Congress is considering proposals to increase legal immigration even further; and during the last Congress the Senate actually passed the Schumer-Rubio bill (S.744), which would have doubled legal immigration and legalized illegal immigrants.1 Congress’s disregard for the absorption capacity of the U.S. labor market has profound consequences for American workers.
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?
The facts cannot be more clear. More people are in need of jobs, yet the stated policy of Obama is to bring in MORE people who will either need jobs or welfare. And in the minds of Liberals, this is good for the economy.