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Amnesty Loophole Makes Illegal Immigrants More Cost-Effective than Native Workers

President Barack Obama’s decision to grant amnesty and work permits to as many as 5 million illegal immigrants creates a loophole that makes them $3,000 more attractive than native born and naturalized Americans, according to the Washington Times.

The loophole arises because Obama’s amnesty order prohibits the beneficiaries from buying subsidized insurance on an ObamaCare exchange. That prohibition means that employers don’t have to pay the $3,000 per employee fine the controversial health law imposes on businesses that don’t provide “affordable” health insurance. (Lack of affordability is what qualifies an employee to get a subsidy for the exchange.)

In other words, from an employer’s standpoint, hiring someone from Obama’s 5 million-strong amnesty pool means getting…[more]

November 26, 2014 • 02:40 pm

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Week of November 26th 2014
Which one of the following U.S. Presidents was the first to proclaim a National Day of Thanksgiving?
Abraham Lincoln
Franklin Roosevelt
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
Week of November 19th 2014
Which one of the following individuals authored the book ‘The Conscience of a Conservative’?
William Bennett
Barry Goldwater
William Buckley
Ronald Reagan
Week of November 12th 2014
Which one of the following is the first Vice President to serve as “Acting President” under the terms of the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution?
Gerald R. Ford
Harry S. Truman
George H. W. Bush
John Tyler
Week of November 5th 2014
Which of the following is the greatest number of Senate seats controlled by one political party in the history of our Republic?
100
76
69
61
Week of October 29th 2014
A measure to legalize the sale, manufacture and transportation of alcohol across the state will be addressed on the November 2014 ballot by voters in which one of the following?
Arkansas
Kansas
Mississippi
Tennessee
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