Immigration Dysphoria Podcast

Welcome dysphorics, welcome to the land of normalcy – the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast. By number 197! (O.M.G.!!) By date? October 24, 2018. By name? The Immigration Dysphoria Podcast, and, by hosts, Todd Feinburg, east coast radio guy and Mike Stopa, west coast AI guy!

This week we discuss the onslaught, the tsunami, the coming hordes. Yes, another army of illegal aliens has decided that, basically, we are their Daddy. They want in, gol dern it. They are bangin on our door. We got stuff. They want our stuff. And who is in here trying to help them? Can you say C-H-A-M-B-E-R! Another name for American slime. Trump has sold out to the fat-assed, business first Republican traitors. What does that mean for the invasion? We discuss.

Then, redfining sex. Yep, you heard that right. Trump is redefining sex. No more of this half one way half another stuff. You be an M or you be an F. Those be your choices.

Our shower thoughts de rigueur! Our hidden gem? Muddy Water, by the immortal Standells! Enjoy!

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  1. Mister Dog Coolidge
    Mister Dog
    @MisterDog

    Mike, your immigration points were very well put and you have redeemed yourself in my eyes after last week’s gun control crash and burn. Well done. 

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  2. colleenb Member
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    @colleenb

    I agree with @misterdog that Mike did a good job of explaining his immigration points – and I agree that the e-verify should be a no-brainer. Is it that the Congress has to do it on a federal level (and can’t/won’t)? Have any states tried to do a version in their state?

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  3. Michael Stopa Contributor
    Michael Stopa
    @MichaelStopa

    colleenb (View Comment):

    I agree with @misterdog that Mike did a good job of explaining his immigration points – and I agree that the e-verify should be a no-brainer. Is it that the Congress has to do it on a federal level (and can’t/won’t)? Have any states tried to do a version in their state?

    Hi Colleen,

    There are many states which require, to various degrees, that employers use E-Verify:

    https://cis.org/Fact-Sheet/EVerify-Fact-Sheet

    Center for Immigration Studies is in general a terrific resource on all these issues and data. The level of success in terms of reducing the illegal alien population does vary depending on (among other things) how strictly the rules are enforced. But they have definitely been found to show some positive effect in all cases.

     

     

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