Tag Archives: Immigration

Japan’s Contrary Move On Immigration

Japan zigs (liberalizing) while the U.S. and Europe zag (restricting) on immigration. Interestingly Japan recognizes that immigration can move the needle on growth and is moving to finally liberalize its policies.    There are three main factors that drive economic … Continue reading

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Geraldo’s Powerful Rebuke

wow — Geraldo Rivera’s commentary tonight on Fox about the treatment and depiction of migrants is pretty powerful. a must-watch for some against-the-grain perspective pic.twitter.com/yrwIfAg11J — J.D. Durkin (@jiveDurkey) November 26, 2018

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Enough Of This Racist Nonsense!

We try to remain nonpartisan at the Global Macro Monitor,  have no problem taking shots at both parties, and, personally, are comfortable splitting tickets on an election ballot.  However, this tweet from Mike Huckabee strikes a deep nerve in us … Continue reading

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Two Weeks And Counting For Angela Merkel

Coalition gives her two weeks to find European deal… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2018/06/18/me…

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