Red Light Camera Backlash Shakes Up Elections in Texas Towns


Politicians are almost always in a hurry to sign on with the Redflex/ATS agenda when they’re shown the money. That gravy train was destined to fall off the tracks all along and last week some Texas politicians got the message.

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5 Responses to Red Light Camera Backlash Shakes Up Elections in Texas Towns

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    U.S. citizen college seniors who will soon receive degrees in the agricultural sciences just got a dose of bad news from their government.

    The Department of Homeland Security has announced that seniors in these fields who are either citizens or permanent residents will now be competing with foreign students on a distinctly uneven field when they seek jobs after graduation.

    Their prospective employers will receive a 7.65% bonus if they hire foreign seniors in these fields, rather than American ones, according to the Center for Immigration Studies, a non-partisan think tank in Washington, D.C. This bias against citizen and legal resident workers results from a twist in the tax and immigration laws.

    http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ag-school-seniors-uncle-sam-sends-a-booby-prize-for-graduation-121880543.html

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