2016 Katz Award Ceremony Video

By Bryan Griffith, Mark Krikorian, and Michelle Malkin on June 5, 2016

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2016 Katz Award Ceremony Summary


Michelle Malkin, nationally syndicated commentator and author, is the 2016 recipient of the Eugene Katz Award for Excellence in the Coverage of Immigration. The award, presented annually by the Center for Immigration Studies, highlights good reporting on a topic where sentimentality and group-think are all too common.

Malkin has been writing on immigration issues for years. Her 2002 book “Invasion” exposed glaring vulnerabilities in the immigration system that allowed the 9/11 terrorists – and many other threats to national security and public safety – to enter the country.

Most recently, she co-authored “Sold Out” with John Miano, a Fellow with the Center; it was published last fall by Simon & Schuster. In it they detail the many ways the immigration system is manipulated to displace and replace skilled American workers in favor of cheap foreign labor. Using real world examples, they dispel the myth of a skilled worker shortage, showing that the use of tech visas is driven by greed and enabled by political corruption and journalistic malpractice.



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Mark Krikorian's Introduction of the Ceremony

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Michelle Malkin's Acceptance of the 2015 Katz Award

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Question and Answer Session

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