Forbes  Jan 25  Comment 
The immigration debate may seem more like a low skilled labor, border control issue. But in the real halls of power, the immigration issue is about supplying high tech skilled labor to companies like Google and outsourcing firms like Ernst &...
TechCrunch  Jan 24  Comment 
 In 2001, I was working for Outride, Inc., an early pioneer in context sensitive search and browser history-based personalization. After the dot-com boom, search became passé. The startup couldn’t raise more money closed and its technology...
New York Times  Jan 23  Comment 
Mr. Ramos, the influential Univision and Fusion anchor, has begun criticizing Republicans over their immigration stance, posing a challenge to their 2016 hopes.  Jan 23  Comment 
Tasmania wants to break ranks with uniform defamation laws to allow companies to take action against individuals. Where’s Tim Wilson when we need him? There was moment in his political life when Philip Ruddock became a mini-hero. Within a short...
The Economic Times  Jan 22  Comment 
Nasscom will also take up issues pertaining to immigration reform and seek greater clarity on L-1 visa guidance. L-1 visas are issued for intra-company transfers.
Forbes  Jan 22  Comment 
By Dane Stangler, vice president of Research & Policy, Kauffman Foundation
Bloomberg  Jan 21  Comment 
U.S.-Cuba Talks in Havana Start With Debate Over Migration The first day of talks between U.S. and Cuban officials since Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro announced...
MarketWatch  Jan 21  Comment 
Housing is not as much of a political flashpoint as tax hikes for the wealthy, the minimum wage and immigration.  Jan 21  Comment 
The former Mexican president fears Congress will reverse Obama's immigration order.
Japan Today  Jan 20  Comment 
Whichever way you stack them, Japan’s demographics do not look pretty. Simply put: there are now more jobs than people, and the situation is set to become more acute as the workforce continues to shrink. Mass immigration does not appear to be on...


A lot. More today than a year ago.Because of Obamacare, no company in America ofefrs stand alone children's health insurance.Why? Obamacare dictates that it is guaranteed issue, without rate ups, regardless of health. Therefore, there is no reason to purchase it until there is a claim needing to be paid.That's not health insurance. That's a confiscatory tax on health insurance companies. Fortunately, they aren't slaves yet, so they exercised the F U clause in the contract with the purple bellies from Washington and just refused to do business where they are guaranteed to lose money.How do you fix the problem of un- and under-insured? By making health insurance affordable.How do you make it affordable? By removing ALL government mandates, loser pays tort reform, encouraging competition between providers (enforce existing anti-trust laws), eliminate the AMA monopoly on billing codes, and eliminate the connection between employment and health insurance.Do these things and we'll see health insurance cost less than auto insurance. More people will be covered, more people will be healthy.

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