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Biden’s Border Policies

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On January 26, 2023
As I’ve stated before, Biden’s border policies are an abomination. They are not quite as bad as those of Donald Trump, but they are way too close for comfort. Basically, I don’t think Biden cares about this issue, despite all the very real suffering. Joel Zapata, one of our top historians of the border, has […]
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Agricultural Labor Shortages

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On September 9, 2022
I remain amused and frustrated over the conversation about labor shortages at the same time that there are millions of people desperate to enter the United States. But is alleviating labor shortages important enough to make white people sad about hearing Spanish? Of course not! And many of the compromise bills to try and make […]
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On February 26, 1885, the Alien Contract Labor Act, better known as the Foran Act, restricting contract laborers from entering the U.S., passed Congress, putting additional pressure to stop Chinese and eastern European immigration as a result of white labor angry over foreign competition. If there was two things that white workers hated in the […]
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