Rob Sanchez

Obama’s Kunundrum

By Rob Sanchez

Obama has made so many disastrous appointments it’s a tough call to determine which one is the worst. Certainly the nomination of Vivek Kundra for a new office of federal Chief Information Officer (CIO) should be at the top of the list. Kundra is such a questionable choice that Obama will be very lucky to remain unscathed by scandals connected with this man.

Bad Week for American Workers

By Rob Sanchez
February 11, 2009

The last several days of debate on the Stimulus Bill haven't been good for American labor. Last week President Obama warned that buying American would be a mistake, and the Senate capitulated by rejecting a “buy American” amendment to the Stimulus Bill requiring that American labor should be considered first before using offshore sources.

The Search for Internships Just Got Tougher

By Rob Sanchez

It’s that time of year when college students are on the hunt for those all important internships and jobs. Thanks to Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff their job search just got a whole lot tougher.

The Blue Card Scare

By Rob Sanchez
December 2007


The Chairman of Intel, Craig Barrett, recently made dire predictions that the next Silicon Valley will not be in the United States due to restrictive immigration policies and that a brain drain from the United States to Europe will cause an economic Armageddon. In his hypothetical scenario, the U.S. would lose out in the competition for talent as the best inventors and entrepreneurs migrate to Europe. This scaremongering is a smokescreen to hide Barrett’s desire to increase the labor supply, thereby slashing labor costs.

Tata International Suffers Setback in U.S. Court

By Rob Sanchez, Senior Writing Fellow

A lawsuit in the U.S. District court of California reveals a glimpse of indentured servitude in India, and how their discriminatory culture of worker exploitation is being imported into our own country.

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