Politics


Politically, the problem is what scholars call "client politics," where organized interest groups benefit at the expense of the public. So, some employers like immigration because it keeps labor costs down, while racial-identity groups like La Raza want more warm bodies to pretend to represent, which helps them get bigger grants from the government and foundations and corporations.

- Mark Krikorian, Executive Director at CIS



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2012 Presidential Election - Arrest of Onyango Obama


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