Administration needs to intensify crackdown on cheap foreign labor, says panel

The Trump administration created a good program in 2017 to protect U.S. workers by cracking down on employers that abuse temporary visa programs to bring in cheap labor from abroad but it needs to do a lot more, panelists at a discussion hosted by the nonpartisan Center for Immigration Studies said April 2. “With the virtual shutdown of much of the U.S. economy, American workers are hurting, and jobs are scarce,” said Andrew R. Arthur, a resident fellow in law and policy at the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS). “Fortunately, there are agencies targeting, investigating, and bringing enforcement actions against employers … Continue reading Administration needs to intensify crackdown on cheap foreign labor, says panel

Sent home to contain CCP virus, students seek refunds

Students at three major Arizona universities have initiated a class-action lawsuit seeking pro-rated refunds for tuition and housing now that instruction has shifted online and students have been forced to leave campus residences in an effort to contain the CCP virus. Students across the country have complained about a lack of refunds or what they say are inadequate refunds, and more lawsuits against the nation’s institutions of higher learning may come. The Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR), which administers the state’s three major public universities—Arizona State University, University of Arizona, and Northern Arizona University—was named as a defendant in the legal action, Campus Reform … Continue reading Sent home to contain CCP virus, students seek refunds

Group hopes state Supreme Court forces Minnesota to provide data in election fraud investigation

An electoral integrity group that claims tens of thousands have voted illegally in Minnesota is awaiting a state Supreme Court decision in its lawsuit aimed at forcing Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon to release public data from the statewide election … Continue reading Group hopes state Supreme Court forces Minnesota to provide data in election fraud investigation

Supreme Court rejects $20 billion racial discrimination lawsuit against Comcast

WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court unanimously rejected a $20 billion civil rights lawsuit filed against Comcast Corp. by a black television programmer who was angry that the cable service refused to carry his company’s channels, in a series of rulings issued on March 23. … Continue reading Supreme Court rejects $20 billion racial discrimination lawsuit against Comcast

Conservatives say left using CCP Virus as pretext to impose nationwide mail-in voting

The political left in the United States is leveraging the pandemic caused by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to promote fraud-prone mail-in balloting in order to steal elections, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton and other conservatives say. The thinking among conservatives is … Continue reading Conservatives say left using CCP Virus as pretext to impose nationwide mail-in voting

Obama defends Obamacare, attacks Republicans as challenge in Supreme Court looms

Former President Barack Obama is defending the Obamacare law as election season heats up and as the Supreme Court prepares to hear a legal challenge about a court ruling that invalidated his signature domestic legislation. “It’s been 10 years since we passed the Affordable … Continue reading Obama defends Obamacare, attacks Republicans as challenge in Supreme Court looms

Despite decisive losses, Sanders expected to keep running

News Analysis Weak recent showings in key states mean self-described democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders’s quest for the Democratic Party’s 2020 presidential nomination is doomed, political observers told The Epoch Times, even though the candidate himself has vowed to remain in the race. In … Continue reading Despite decisive losses, Sanders expected to keep running