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Microsoft, Rubio, Sessions and the H-1B ground war

The following is a short excerpt from the full article, which can be found here:

http://www.computerworld.com/article/2947092/outsourcing/microsoft-rubio-sessions-and-the-h-1b-ground-war.html

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Microsoft’s argument that the U.S. faces a shortage of people with STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills isn’t helped by the 7,800 layoffs it announced last week. 123 more words

Government

Forced Clarity

It’s the Summer of Trump and the Republican Party, what’s left of it, seems to have no idea for dealing with the phenomenon that is The Donald. 3,405 more words

Mitt Romney

"The GOP Is One Heck Of A Dysfunctional Family": Republican's Having A Lot Of Trouble Getting That Governing Thing Down

If you wonder why Congress is so feeble these days that it can’t even find a simple way to pass a transportation bill, look no further than Rep. 743 more words

Conservatives

"Ignoring The Reality To Pursue The Myth": "Sanctuary Cities" And Violent Criminals--Myth And Reality

If you’ve been watching the rhetorical (Dondald Trump) and even legislative (the U.S. Congress) Republican effort to exploit the killing of Kathryn Steinle on a San Francisco pier by a recidivist immigration law violator into a general crackdown on cities that don’t always interrogate suspects or notify ICE about immigration violations, you should most definitely read Suzy Khimm’s… 373 more words

Immigration Reform

The Road Taken

Life is full of regrets, or at least wistful speculation. There’s that fork in the road. Choose one way or the other, but know that once you move on, there’s no going back – and you must move on. 3,176 more words

Immigration Reform

Why "Kate's Law" Needs To Be Enacted By Congress

Published By: 1World Online

Kate’s Law: Any illegal immigrant with an aggravated felony that gets deported then sneaks back into the country would get a mandatory five-year prison term. 399 more words

Politics