Joe Guzzardi

U.S. World Leader in Creating Lousy, Low Paying Jobs

By Joe Guzzardi
January, 13 2014

Although the December Bureau of Labor Statistics’ report showed that unemployment declined to 6.7 percent, a 5-year low, the economy created only 74,000 jobs, the fewest in 3 years. December’s jobs total fell so far short of the anticipated 200,000 and the 2012-2013 average of 182,500 that even established administration supporters can’t explain away what reality-based cynics have long known. No meaningful recovery is afoot and there’s none pending.

House Leaders, Chamber of Commerce Double-Team Unemployed Americans

By Joe Guzzardi
January 10, 2014

Congress no sooner reconvened than the all-out push for comprehensive immigration reform picked up where it left off. For clarity’s sake, I’ll define “reform” the way Capitol Hill interprets it—legalizing and granting amnesty to 11-20 million illegal immigrants, giving them instant work authorization and tripling legal immigration to more than 30 million high and low-skilled foreign workers within the first decade.

Since the Recession Ended, U.S. Economy Jobs’ Shortfall: 7.9 Million

By Joe Guzzardi
January 8, 2014

Watching the evening news is like taking a trip into the Twilight Zone. Rod Sterling’s classic television program opened with a warning that viewers were about to enter “a land of both shadow and substance.”

ABA, Law Schools, Champion Comprehensive Immigration Reform

By Joe Guzzardi
January 6, 2014

Californians are disappointed but not surprised that one of the 805 new laws the state passed in 2012 will allow illegal aliens to practice law. Once the legislature approved AB 1024, Governor Jerry Brown’s signature was assured. The California Supreme Court’s okay, one of its first actions in 2013, was inevitable.

California Supreme Court Grants Law License to Illegal Immigrant; Will Other States Follow?

By Joe Guzzardi
January 3, 2014

With the California Supreme Court’s decision to allow illegal immigrant Sergio Garcia to practice law, the state has hit the nadir of insanity in eliminating distinctions between those here legally and those who are not.

Immigration Reform Forecast for 2014: Cloudy

By Joe Guzzardi
December 30, 2013

A year ago, rumor began to circulate on Capitol Hill that Congress would make comprehensive immigration reform its first matter of business when it reconvened in January. During the 2012 election campaign, President Obama had repeatedly promised the Hispanic lobby that, with the Affordable Health Care Act behind him, immigration would be his top priority.

Temporary Protected Status for Filipinos Means Permanent Increases in California, US Population

By Joe Guzzardi
December 20, 2013

This week, Philippines’ President B. Simeon Aquino formally requested that the United States designate his country as eligible for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). If granted, probable outcome, Filipinos would be allowed to stay and work in the US even if they are currently illegal residents. Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert F.del Rosario added to Aquino’s statement that TPS would help Filipinos support their families back home by sending remittances and thus assist in the country’s post-Haiyan recovery.

Long Term Unemployment Benefits To End; Will Immigration Reform Import More Foreign-Born Job Competition?

By Joe Guzzardi
December 18, 2013

The House of Representatives is on recess, relaxing with family and, since Congress’ approval rating is an all-time low 8 percent, happy to be out of the Washington D.C. pressure cooker.

Zuckerberg Doubles Down on Immigration; Will His Money Buy Amnesty?

By Joe Guzzardi
December 16, 2013

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s $20 billion net worth founder, has invested a large chunk of his money into destructive comprehensive immigration bills, one in the House and another, already passed, in the Senate. Zuckerberg’s goal through his pro-immigration lobbying group FWD.org, is to triple legal immigration by increasing H-1B and other work visas and granting amnesty to 12-20 million aliens already living in the US.

Illegal Immigrants Emerge From “Shadows,” Storm Congress, Dictate Terms

By Joe Guzzardi
December 13th, 2013

No nation puts up with as much abuse and disrespect from illegal immigrants as the United States. While aliens claim to be “in the shadows,” this week, demanding comprehensive immigration reform, they ratcheted up their childish, boorish behavior. About 1,500 illegal immigrants and their advocates stormed House Speaker John Boehner and 200 other U.S. Representatives’ offices falsely protesting that current immigration deportation policies “break up families” and are racist. 

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