Guest Workers

H1-B-Addicted Tech Industry Not Getting New Reality

Apparently, Silicon Valley didn’t get the Election Day memo. President-elect Donald Trump campaigned on, among other issues, getting Americans back to work, and establishing a legal immigration system that functions in the nation’s best interest.

Obama Races to Ease Restrictions on L Visa

Here’s an easy crash course to help understand how determined President Obama is to undermine American workers, and to use his executive authority to subvert them. Last week, I wrote about the encouraging news that L-1 visa rejections recently hit a high of 34 percent. Read the post here.

Mark Zuckerberg: Can’t Make Friends or Influence People

Multibillionaire Mark Zuckerberg, net worth $34 billion at last count, doesn’t know much about making friends or influencing people.

Obscure Visas Facilitate Arrival of More Workers

Americans’ Struggle to Find Jobs Continues

Tech Firms Cry Worker Shortage – Americans Need not Apply

Scott Corley is a man with a mission. Corley is executive director of Compete America, an organization representing some of the top names in American high tech and information technology (IT), including Amazon, Facebook, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Intel and Microsoft. Corley is lobbying Congress to grant a significant increase in the number of foreign tech workers that the companies can hire under the H-1B temporary visa program.

GUI (Governing Under the Influence)

Most folks are familiar with the initials “DUI,” which stand for “Driving Under the Influence.”

Today, because of campaign contributions and incredible pressures brought to bear by special interest groups against individual candidates as well as their political parties, many politicians are forced to govern under the influence of the money and pressures that are applied to force these supposed representatives of their constituents to betray those who voted for them to satisfy those who wield the power.

Ag industry captains have friends in high places---the United States Congress

As if immigration reform patriots don’t have enough to worry about, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte’s office is sending troubling signals.