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U.S. suspends fast processing of high-tech visa applications

Foreigners aiming for temporary jobs at high-tech U.S. companies will undergo a longer visa approval process after the Trump administration announced it will temporarily suspend expedited applications for H-1B visas. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) said on Friday that starting April 3 it will suspend “premium processing” for up to six months. Under

Dakota Access Pipeline expected to bring $100M a year to North Dakota

North Dakota is expected to gain $100 million or more annually in tax revenue once crude oil begins flowing through the Dakota Access Pipeline, according to an Associated Press report released on Thursday. That’s money the sparsely populated northern state, which struggles with declining tax revenue, can use. North Dakota has a police bill of

Good Paying Jobs For Nice People in #Government

Bryan Crabtree, How is possible that federal employees can actively attempt to sabotage President Trump and keep their jobs? Why is there no longer accountability in our federal government? The government has created a culture that negates the practice of hiring the best talent to serve the interests of the American people and, instead, simply

Trump’s Ticket to Bolstering U.S. Jobs

Jim Burnley, President Reagan, who I served as Secretary of Transportation, entered office backed by millions of citizens who wanted government to put hard-working Americans first and make jobs a priority. Today, President Donald Trump finds himself in nearly the same position: with a mandate from the people to put American jobs first. At the

Obama Commerce Department Shows One ACA-led Tax Cost Industry 28k Jobs

Armstrong Williams, In a corner of the U.S. Department of Commerce website cluttered with millions of statistics and data sits a series of numbers that paint a stark reality of Obamacare. Most notably, just how much damage one tax created by this onerous law has wielded on U.S. manufacturers across the country. Earlier this morning,

Healthy Employment Growth signals the start of a New Era for American Workers

Brendan Kirby, Jobs Report Closes Book on Obama Economy? The January jobs report released Friday marks the end of Barack Obama’s presidency and an economic legacy tarnished by the steady decline of the nation’s manufacturing base. America had 12.34 million manufacturing jobs in January, up by about 5,000 the previous month but down by 1.75 percent from January

Fruit-Picking Robot Latest Blow to Illegal Immigration

Kit Daniels | Infowars, Robot can actually pick fruit based on ripeness. A robot that can pick fruit off an assembly line could signal the end of low-skill jobs routinely staffed by illegal aliens. The prototype robot, developed by online grocer Ocado, uses a robotic hand in combination with computer scanning and can successfully pick

The Sky’s the Limit for Skilled Trades

Tom Purcell, The demand for skilled laborers – electricians, plumbers, HVAC technicians and others – continues to soar, and that’s a good thing for America. According to the Society for Human Resource Management, skilled-trades jobs have increased by more than 1 million since 2012 – “the most of any profession.” The pay is better than

Allen West: Trump’s Labor pick Andy Puzder would unleash opportunity in urban centers

Allen West, President Donald Trump’s inaugural address mentioned the “carnage” taking place in American inner cities. This followed his recent criticism of Georgia Rep. John Lewis’s Atlanta district as “in horrible shape and falling apart.” Though taken as a whole these comments may be exaggerations, his spotlight on the continuing plight of American urban centers is

Trump’s secret sauce for jobs? Enthusiasm #MAGA

John Moody, I had a George H.W. Bush moment recently. I hope mine turns out better than the former president’s did for him. Remember the widely reported incident during President Bush’s 1992 re-election bid, when he visited the National Grocers Association convention in Orlando and appeared to be unfamiliar with the checkout scanner exhibited there?