More than 100 technology companies including Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft, oppose Donald Trump’s Travel Ban. Why? Because H1B visas are basically a form of Low Wage Slavery. People who come in on H1b visas agree to work for low wages for several years without renegotiating their contracts. They compete with Americans for jobs. Not only do the corporations not have to pay extra for the schooling and experience of American Citizens, they also don’t have to pay for the Cost of Living of Americans. This means that our educational systems don’t have to be competitive because other countries provide better education at a lower price than our crappy Liberal Teacher’s Unions. This also counter-incentivizes getting extra education in the United States knowing that Corporations would rather hire foreigners.
Trump isn’t doing anything bad by setting things right in favor of Americans but that is the way the press…
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Charities get Millions of dollars from the Government in order to relocate, house and feed Muslim Terrorists & Illegal Aliens in Western Countries. They aren’t responsible for the crimes that they will commit. They take all credit to themselves for their Moral Superiority. They pay their bills with Tax Payer money. And all Risk & Expense is passed onto the Citizens.
This might be a violation of the Separation of Church & state but it is absolutely a violation of the Constitutional Principle of:
NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION!!!
Do you know what would be more Christian? Pay for them yourself, let them live in your house, eat your food, destroy your possessions, & rape and murder your family. . .
The Sword is also, in the Bible, an emblem of SPEECH, or of the utterance of thought. Thus, in that vision or apocalypse of the sublime exile of Patmos, a protest in the name of the ideal, overwhelming the real world, a tremendous satire uttered in the name of Religion and Liberty, and with its fiery reverberations smiting the throne of the Cæsars, a sharp two-edged sword comes out of the mouth of the Semblance of the Son of Man, encircled by the seven golden candlesticks, and holding in his right hand seven stars. “The Lord,” says Isaiah, “hath made my mouth like a sharp sword.” “I have slain them,” says Hosea, “by the words of my mouth.”“The word of God,” says the writer of the apostolic letter to the Hebrews, “is quick and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul…
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