Jobs Americans Won’t Do?

It looks like that canard is just plain wrong:

Unemployment rates have fallen in Alabama amid new legal pressure on companies to comply with a popular immigration reform law.

September was the first full month that the reform was in force, and the unemployment rate fell from 9.8 percent in September to 9.3 percent . . . → Read More: Jobs Americans Won’t Do?

Is There a Correlation Between Crime and the Economy?

Crime rates should drop during good economic times and rise during bad ones. So very soon if you are walking the streets of New York late at night, you may be at risk of being mugged by gangs of investment bankers, driven to acts of desperate violence by the travails of the credit markets. . . . → Read More: Is There a Correlation Between Crime and the Economy?

Why Immigration Laws Don’t Stop Illegal Workers from Entering U.S.

Immigrants, both legal and illegal, play an important role in U.S. economy. The topic of immigrants invokes a lot of emotion. Due to their large numbers, which are increasing every day, they are having more of an impact on the economy than ever before. Most people tend to blame crime and loss of jobs . . . → Read More: Why Immigration Laws Don’t Stop Illegal Workers from Entering U.S.

Businesses Join in Fight Against Crackdown on Illegal Immigrants

In December 2007 a federal judge in Oklahoma threw out a lawsuit against a statewide law that forbids hiring illegal immigrants. According to the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, the local businesses now have to deal with the fallout on the economy. It estimates that 20% of the city’s construction labor force – . . . → Read More: Businesses Join in Fight Against Crackdown on Illegal Immigrants