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Americans should be aware that this ongoing immigration reform may have negative long term impacts, both financially and politically.
Jim DeMint is leading the latest charge against immigration reform, claiming it will cost $6 trillion. But other conservatives claim that it will reduce the deficit. Who's right?
Opponents of "right-to-work" laws are in the right, but they're making the wrong arguments and getting steamrolled by Republicans. Here's what they should be saying.
Studies that write off financial regulations as job killers are shortsighted; the long term gains of regulation outweigh any short term losses.