Why the enforcement of immigration laws should please the left

From eater.com, a food and restaurant site: How Immigration Raids Destroy the Lives of Food Workers Comparing the tactics of Trump’s administration to the Bush era by Tove Danovich | March 16, 2017, 2:02pm EDT On February 22, 2017, exactly 55 unauthorized workers1 went missing from Mississippi restaurants after Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents (ICE) …

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Most economists oppose President Trump’s immigration policies

Heather Long tweeted: Over 200 economists disagree with Trump on immigration, NAFTA and the debt, according to @business_econ survey https://t.co/AOgvIItBU2 — Heather Long (@byHeatherLong) March 6, 2017 To which I responded: Would those be the same economists who predicted a stock market decline if Trump won? https://t.co/be9JYutNZv https://t.co/E2Jaypbxi1 — Dana Pico (@Dana_TFSJ) March 6, 2017 …

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The biggest impediment to success is the fear of failure You never really know if you can do something if you are afraid to try

My favorite CNNMoney reporter tweeted: Just in: @WellsFargo economists call for equal pay for women. They argue it will boost US economic growth https://t.co/tJY80NgxMV pic.twitter.com/JSoAq00jE6 — Heather Long (@byHeatherLong) February 27, 2017 Naturally, I followed it to the linked article: The Girl with the Draggin’ W-2 “I always valued men and women equally, and I …

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Even after 73 days, The New York Times still doesn’t get it Rather than examine where they went wrong, they doubled down on their pre-election claims

Even with 73 days to ponder things since the election, The New York Times still doesn’t get it: Trump’s Grim View of the Economy Ignores Most Americans’ Reality By Binyamin Appelbaum | January 20, 2017 WASHINGTON — The dismal picture of the American economy President Donald J. Trump painted in his Inaugural Address on Friday …

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Why Donald Trump won, why the economists have been baffled

Why many don’t feel the economy is great = 6 in 10 Americans don’t have $500 in savings https://t.co/PjThpQdKF6 via @KathrynVasel pic.twitter.com/eaVzNoNuEF — Heather Long (@byHeatherLong) January 12, 2017 6 in 10 Americans don’t have $500 in savings by Kathryn Vasel | @KathrynVasel | January 12, 2017: 8:21 AM ET If you were suddenly hit …

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The Patricians and the Plebeians in today’s economy The elites aren't feeling today's economy in their bones, the way that the commoners do

We have previously noted the career of Yahoo! Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer, and things have not gotten better since the buyout deal with Verizon. From The Wall Street Journal: Yahoo Core Revenue Drops Again Internet firm, looking to close its deal with Verizon, also posts earnings that top analysts’ expectations By Deepa Seetharaman | …

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