For Californians, 2018 Looks Like a Rough Year

Published on December 27th, 2017

By Joe Guzzardi December 27, 2017 From ecological, financial and social perspectives, my native California has had a rough year. And 2018 may not be better.   Ecologically, the worst disaster to hit California is the Thomas Fire which started December 4....
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Meet Your Surgeon, the Robot

Published on December 26th, 2017

By Joe Guzzardi December 26, 2017 In 2017 columns, I wrote about how tough it is for blue collar Americans to get jobs that pay enough to cover the monthly bills. The federal government’s annual distribution of about two million employment authorization...
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Trump Delivers on His Immigration Enforcement Platform

Published on December 23rd, 2017

By Joe Guzzardi December 23, 2017 Since President Trump’s election, dozens of conservative and liberal pundits have offered their opinions on why a Republican billionaire Beltway outsider beat a charter member of the entrenched Democratic elite. Invariably, analysts pointed to one issue...
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U.S. Workers to White House: In 2018, Give Us a Chance

Published on December 19th, 2017

By Joe Guzzardi December 19, 2017 If President Trump could do one thing to help American workers find good jobs and, after four decades of flat wages, see a bump in their paychecks, he would slash the number of employment-based visas issued...
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Jurors Raise Funds for Illegal Immigrant Thief

Published on December 17th, 2017

By Joe Guzzardi December 17, 2017 In the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Fairfax County, a recent court house drama played out that said a lot about immigration policy, all of it bad.   The three protagonists: 19-year-old illegal alien and sixth grade dropout...
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