Report: Illegal Aliens Pushing Us to Economic Crisis

Report: Illegal Aliens Pushing Us to Economic Crisis

December 6th, 2010

Kevin “Coach” Collins, CoachIsRight.com

A new Census Bureau report outlining the damage illegal aliens are doing to our economy titled   “Immigration and Economic Stagnation: An Examination of Trends 2000 to   2010,” paints a compelling picture. It suggests that we can not let the   recent exodus of illegal aliens fool us. The illegal alien problem is   not getting better merely because some of them have gone home. They   still present a serious threat to the employment stability of the   nation.

During the 1990s the number of new jobs we  created  reached 21 million. Since we were absorbing “only” 12.1 million   illegals the problem appeared to be more regional (California and the   Southwest) than we now recognize it to be.

While the Obama  recession and raising public awareness of the  problem have reduced the  number of illegals in our country by about one  million in recent  months, the past ten years have seen a net increase  of 12.1 million of  these unwanted intruders. In the same period our  economy gained just  one million jobs which explains the financial bind  we are in today.

Some of the findings of the report include….

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Obama admin shutting barn door after horses are stolen

Obama admin shutting barn door after horses are stolen
December 05, 2010
Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, and Wily E. have now surfaced as senior members of this Loony Tunes Administration More
In a classic case of shutting the barn door after the horse has left, the Obama administration and the Department of Defense have ordered the hundreds of thousands of federal employees and contractors not to view the secret cables and other classified documents published by Wikileaks and news organizations around the world unless the workers have the required security clearance or authorization.
“Classified information, whether or not already posted on public websites or disclosed to the media, remains classified, and must be treated as such by federal employees and contractors, until it is declassified by an appropriate U.S. Government authority,” said the Office of Management and Budget, which is part of the White House, to agency and department heads, urging them to distribute it to their staff.
The directive applies to both government computers and private devices that employees or contractors might have, as long as they are accessing the documents on nonclassified government networks. It does not advise agencies to block WikiLeaks or other websites on government computer systems, a White House official said Saturday. And it does not prohibit federal employees from reading news stories about the topic. But if they have “accidentially” already downloaded any of these documents, they are being told to notify their “information security offices.”
The Department of Defense, in its own directive to military personnel and contractors, says that simply viewing these documents, without proper authorization, will violate long-standing rules even though they are accessible to the public at large on Internet sites.
“Viewing or downloading still classified documents from unclassified government computers creates a security violation,” a spokeswoman said in a statement on Saturday.